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A 4-SEASON LONGITUDINAL STUDY EXAMINING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SEASONALITY, THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND SEDENTARY TIME IN 9-14 YEAR OLD CHILDREN LIVING IN A MID-WESTERN CANADIAN CITY
Background: Canadian youth spend on average 8.6 waking hours of their day in a sedentary state, and consistently exceed recommended leisure hour screen-based sedentary limits of two hours per day. Sedentary behaviour (SB) ...
Bone Micro-Architecture and Physical Activity in Children with Type 1 Diabetes
INTRODUCTION: Individuals with type 1 diabetes (DM1) have a 14-40% greater risk of fractures at all ages. The etiology of greater fracture risk is not known, but possibly related to alterations in bone size, density and ...