Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 12th, 1995
The difficult task of scrubbing floors on hands and knees can also be done by most as well, said Lois Sheldahl, an associate professor of medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Sheldahl and other researchers at the school and at the Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center compared the oxygen women used doing household chores with that used during their peak performances on treadmills. They published their findings in the April 1, 1995, issue of the American Journal of Cardiology.
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