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Low teen fitness linked to later disability

Low teen fitness linked to later disability

Low physical fitness, obesity, or both, in adolescent boys is associated with chronic disability in later life, according to a Swedish study of more than one million men over a 28-year period. Fitness appears to have the strongest association with disability risk.

 

First published: Apr 2019

Article sources and references

  • Annals of Internal Medicine, February 2019

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