Obesity may lead to lower physical-activity levels

04/3/2013 | PsychCentral.com

A study of more than 250 women found that obese participants showed an 8% decrease in weekly physical activity at 20 months, while their nonobese counterparts did not show a reduction. The findings, published in Obesity, demonstrate that obesity affects physical-activity rates, researchers said.

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