Childhood fitness health risk indicator

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A new study from a group of international researchers, including those at the University of Tasmania’s Menzies Institute for Medical Research, has found that aerobic exercise in childhood can help offset the long-term cardiovascular health risks associated with childhood obesity. The study found that higher aerobic fitness in childhood, independent of abdominal fat, reduced the

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