Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 15th, 2002
Women who were given only written information on how to increase physical activity were no more likely to increase their exercise levels than women who did not receive the literature, reported lead author Yvette D. Miller, of the University of Queensland in Australia.
But women who both received the information and attended discussion groups to develop personalized exercise strategies were more likely, if only in the short term, to...
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