Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, August 19th, 1996
Take some notes from the West Coast, where 35.7 percent of Oregon adults say they're working out. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a state-by-state breakdown of how active adults are. The figures were gathered in telephone surveys in 1994.
People were most active in Oregon, where 35.7 percent of adults said they regularly got some sort of exercise, such as walking, bicycling or even taking the stairs over the elevator each day. In New Mexico, 35.4 percent were routinely active, followed by 35.1...
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