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Dance Class Structure Affects Youth Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior: A Study of Seven Dance Types.Academic Article Why?
Leading by Example: Association Between Mother and Child Objectively Measured Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior.Academic Article Why?
Patterns of Weekday and Weekend Sedentary Behavior Among Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Sedentary Behavior and Cardiometabolic Health Associations in Obese 11-13-Year Olds.Academic Article Why?
Sedentary Profiles: A New Perspective on Accumulation Patterns in Sedentary Behavior.Academic Article Why?
Calibration of the global physical activity questionnaire to Accelerometry measured physical activity and sedentary behavior.Academic Article Why?
Differences in adolescent activity and dietary behaviors across home, school, and other locations warrant location-specific intervention approaches.Academic Article Why?
A new measure to quantify sedentary behavior using accelerometer data: Application to the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos.Academic Article Why?
Neighborhood built environment and socioeconomic status in relation to physical activity, sedentary behavior, and weight status of adolescents.Academic Article Why?
Dietary-related and physical activity-related predictors of obesity in children: a 2-year prospective study.Academic Article Why?
A comparison of accelerometer cut-points for measuring physical activity and sedentary time in adolescents with Down syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Current and 1-Year Psychological and Physical Effects of Replacing Sedentary Time With Time in Other Behaviors.Academic Article Why?
Day-level sedentary pattern estimates derived from hip-worn accelerometer cut-points in 8-12-year-olds: Do they reflect postural transitions?Academic Article Why?
Gender and Age Differences in Hourly and Daily Patterns of Sedentary Time in Older Adults Living in Retirement Communities.Academic Article Why?
Intrapersonal, interpersonal and environmental correlates of moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary time in adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.Academic Article Why?
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