Researchers look at whether the body regulates activity

10/19/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Children who got the most hours of exercise during school were less active afterward, a possible reason why fitness programs often do not help people lose weight, according to a study in The International Journal of Obesity. Other researchers disagree with the idea that people have a set point or "activitystat," and they say environment is a big factor in activity levels.

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