Research finds lower exercise rates in working moms

Working mothers with children younger than 18 were less likely to meet the recommended amount of daily exercise than other women, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics data. Women who worked 16 to 34 hours a week were more likely to be sedentary and exercise less compared with those who worked one to 15 hours a week, researchers said.

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