Overweight and obese children attained only a 0.11-point reduction in BMI for every 100 counts-per-minute increase in exercise levels, suggesting that higher physical activity rates may not significantly improve body weight in such a population, a study in Australia showed. The findings were published in the journal Pediatrics.
Higher activity levels have little effect on children's BMI
SmartBrief Job Listings for Health Care
|Sr. Regulatory Specialist, Biotech Center of Expertise||
BASF, The Chemical Co.
|San Diego, CA|
|Director of Clinical Research||
Regenesis Biomedical, Inc.
Meridian Health Plan
|Assistant Vice President - Dental Director||