Weight control, reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, stronger bones, stronger muscles, improved mood – the benefits of physical activity are many, yet it is the most underutilized intervention by health professionals, which is somewhat surprising.

Regular activity is helpful to everyone and the value is particularly beneficial for people with chronic diseases. Just ask Daniel White, assistant professor of physical therapy in the University of Delaware’s College of Health SciencesRead full article on UDaily.

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