You might lose some inches on your hips using a treadmill but basically hips measurements are mostly about bones.
First, make sure you actually DO have belly fat. Or is it a case of muscles that are just out of tone and everything is sagging. I know far too much about sagging. If your doctor is telling you to gain a little weight I suggest that it probably isn't a fat belly but probably a toning problem. To tighten up the belly do some crunches and/or situps. But you also need to follow the doctors orders and put on some weight. Doctors don't say such things unless they feel that there is a potential problem. Many women have suffered serious health problems from having insufficient body fat and feeling that they are fat when they aren't. Don't trust the mirror, since none of us are good at judging our own appearance. I'm serious, it really is important to trust the doctor. If you are having a problem that makes you feel bad about your appearance, get counseling. This is a dangerous condition to be ignoring.
There is no solid answer on how much exercise you need. My recommendation is to stay as active as possible. Having an active job is a good start. I do know that you will need more exercise than your job gives you. Try and walk around while you are talking on the phone. Don't sit on the couch while you watch tv, sit on an exercise ball and bounce around which works your abs and lower back, take a short walk before you eat. You should still get exercise that raises your heart rate, which I doubt your job does even though you are being active. 30-60 minutes 6 days a week is the general guideline. You should be breathing hard and sweating for 30-60 minutes, which takes a certain level of effort above and beyond your normal activities.
What are you asking exactly? How long does it take to become a Step 9? I have to assume you either just came to the state or just got your lic. In the "Just came to the state" scenario, you should obtain your prior good driving record and take it with you to the registry when you get your lic and they will apply it in the computer. If you just got your lic then you are starting at a step 15 (in addition to being and "Unexperienced Operator) and you will lose a point each year you go violation free so in 6 years of clean driving you will be a step 9. 4lifeguild
The answer is a yes and a no you should you should not run you should jog at least 3 to 4 days over 45 minutes...I was jogging everyday over an hour. I had to have surgery on one knee and now possibly on the other knee by next year...and I have a torn ligament on my left hind leg...and do not jog on pavement jog at a park where its like dirt covered with some small rocks... yes it is healthy for you. torn ligaments etc occur when there has been lack of stretching before and after jogging/running therefore tearing the muscles...