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Saint Louis University School of Public Health researchers found that pregnant women are not as physically active than women who were not pregnant. They analyzed data from more than 150,000 pregnant and non – pregnant women interviewed by telephone in 1994, 1998 and 2000 click here .

Only 16 % of pregnant women and 27 % of non-pregnant women met the current physical activity recommendation in 2000.In addition, the %age of pregnant women most, if not exercisable at a moderate or vigorous level lower in 2000 than in any previous year Brisk walking for 30 minutes or more at least five days a week is considered moderate exercise and meets the current physical activity recommendation for pregnant and non-pregnant women. Leet and his colleagues found that pregnant women who were older, non – white, current smokers, had low incomes or less than 12 years of education were less likely than others to exercise.

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