Benefits of early fitness last until middle age

01/12/2009 | Reuters

Youngsters who were physically fit at age 13 were less likely to become obese or develop high blood pressure in early adulthood, but the effect faded by age 40, a Norwegian study found. The researchers say adults need to keep up their fitness levels because other factors can intervene by middle age to affect their health.

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