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How Can We Make Tomorrow's Doctors Healthier Now?

Randomized study aims to learn whether wearing activity trackers and incorporating physical activity education helps student-physicians improve their activity levels. Researchers say they're motivated by studies suggesting that physical activity habits of medical students influence how they treat and counsel patients after graduation.
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