Study: Docs who exercise encourage patients to get active

03/25/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Research scheduled to be presented at an American Heart Association meeting showed physically active doctors were more likely than inactive ones to recommend exercise to patients. Researchers also found medical students who participated in lifestyle interventions were 56% more likely to give regular exercise counseling to patients compared with those who did not participate.

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