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Relationships of physical activity and sugar-sweetened drink consumption on fat mass growth of adolescents
Various factors, including low levels of physical activity (PA), and high consumption levels of sugar-sweetened drinks (SD), have been implicated in the general increase of fat mass (FM) levels seen in youth. Purpose: To ...
In motion : evaluation of a physical activity health promotion strategy for high schools
Recently, the Saskatoon in motion physical activity health promotion initiative has worked with educators and high school administrators in the city of Saskatoon to develop a targeted physical activity strategy for high ...
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) ...