Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, October 14th, 2001
On average, adolescents get about 30 minutes of aerobic exercise and accumulate about 50 minutes of physical activity daily, results showed. Whether this is enough to provide substantial health benefits remains the central question.
Study results appear in the September 2001 electronic pages of Pediatrics.
These activity levels meet or exceed revised guidelines for children's activity set by the American...
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