Published in Health and Medicine Week, June 22nd, 2006
Investigators writing in the International Journal of Obesity recently conducted a study, "To examine possible associations between driving to work, physical activity and overweight and obesity. Secondary analysis of cross-sectional data from a representative sample of the 2003 New South Wales Adult Health Survey, Australia."
L.M. Wen and colleagues at Sydney South West Area Health Service included "[a] total of 6810 respondents aged 16 years or over. Self-reported height and weight, modes of transport to work, level of physical activity, fruit and...
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