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Adding Physical Activity to Your Life

      If you are looking for a learner-friendly Web site that helps clients overcome physical activity barriers, this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site is your answer. Suggestions are 1 click away and displayed in an easy-to-skim table that addresses topics such as making time, building skills, and gathering social support. The site is designed to provide quick facts with brief summaries on how much physical activity is recommended based on life cycle (adults, children, older adults, and pregnant or postpartum women). Activities are described in a health context, with greater benefits associated with increased duration of aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities.
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        Nutrition, physical activity, and obesity: data, trends, and maps data portal.
        (Accessed April 2, 2018)