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TODAY   |  October 25, 2013

Prenatal exercise has long-term impact on babies

Researchers have found that working out during pregnancy significantly impacts the child’s vascular health long into adulthood. Doctors recommend expectant mothers get up to 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day.

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>> important information for expecting mothers. exercising during pregnancy can help improve the vascular health of children into their older years. they have human-like responses to exercise and it significantly impacted howell blood flowed through the vains of their adult offspring. the guidelines are 30 minutes of exercise a day through pregnancy.