Targeting increased physical activity may help reproductive-
This study included 211,114 nonpregnant women aged 18 to 44 years and grouped patients as either no diabetes or at risk for diabetes. Women in the group at risk for diabetes were less likely to meet recommendations for aerobic activity and muscle-strengthening activity individually and together. After testing for effect modification, researchers observed interactions for BMI in models involving recommendations for meeting muscle-strengthening activity, both types of physical activity, and neither type, but not for aerobic activity alone. The likelihood of achieving physical activity recommendations did not differ by diabetes status for women with obesity.