Postpartum aerobic exercise

January 1997
Mothering;Jan-Mar97, Issue 82, p61
Cites a study published in volume six of `ALCA News,' about the health benefits of postpartum aerobic exercise. Improvement of the mothers' cardiovascular fitness; Absence of adverse effect on lactation.


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