Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 25th, 1995
The National Institutes of Health consensus conference, which began a three-day meeting in Bethesda, Maryland December 11, 1995, looked at America's commitment to exercise, the benefits of various forms, and how to encourage more people to do some.
But a key issue, experts believe, will be whether current guidelines on the frequency, intensity and duration of exercise go far enough.
"That's one of the crucial questions," said Dr. John H. Ferguson, director of the NIH's Office of Medical Applications of...
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