Being Active Can Only Partially Offset Harms of Obesity

We know being physically active is good for health. But losing some excess weight may be more important. Research indicates physical activity alone is not enough fully counteract the detrimental effects of excess body weight. A research group in Spain recently published the results of a new, large observational study to learn more about this […]
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