Study: Biking, brisk walking help control weight in women

06/28/2010 | USA Today

An analysis of data on more than 18,000 premenopausal women who participated in the Nurses Health Study found the women overall gained an average of 20 pounds in 16 years, but women who regularly walked briskly or rode a bicycle were less likely to gain as much weight.

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