Exercise during pregnancy helps control baby's weight

04/5/2010 | BBC

Overweight or obese women may be at risk of having larger babies so light exercise during pregnancy could improve a child's health by controlling its weight in the womb, researchers said. The study found pregnant women who exercised had babies about 0.32 lb lighter, on average, than women who did not exercise.

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