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Exercise Advice From Physicians
A survey of primary care physicians in the US showed that only 38% of family practitioners and 48% of internists advised more than 60% of their patients about the benefits of aerobic exercise. Advice regarding strength training was provided even less often. (Clin J Sport Med, Jan. 2000)












 
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