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Associations between active commuting and body Adiposity among Atlantic Canadians

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Associations between active commuting and body Adiposity among Atlantic Canadians Zhijie Michael Yu and Cynthia Forbes Click here to see the full brief Though the beneficial effects of regular physical activity on both health and body weight control have been well documented, only about one in ten […]

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Prevalence and comparison of select health behaviours among urban and rural residents: an Atlantic PATH cohort brief report

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Prevalence and comparison of select health behaviours among urban and rural residents: an Atlantic PATH cohort brief report Cynthia C. Forbes and Zhijie Michael Yu Click here to see the full brief Research in developed countries indicates that rural residents generally have poorer health than those living […]

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The Prevalence of Obesity in Atlantic Canadians with Arthritis

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The Prevalence of Obesity in Atlantic Canadians with Arthritis Vanessa DeClercq Click here to see the full brief Arthritis is a condition that affects joints and the surrounding tissues, causing chronic pain, limiting mobility and contributing to disability. There are both non-modifiable risk factors such as age, […]

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Prevalence and correlates of sedentary behaviour in an Atlantic Canadian population-based cohort

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Prevalence and correlates of sedentary behaviour in an Atlantic Canadian population-based cohort Cindy Forbes Click here to see the full brief Sitting time (i.e., sedentary behaviour) has been shown to be a risk factor for a number of chronic diseases and higher mortality, independent of physical activity […]

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The Association between Physical Activity and Self-Rated Health in Atlantic Canadians

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The Association between Physical Activity and Self-Rated Health in Atlantic Canadians Yunsong Cui, Cindy Forbes, Ellen Sweeney, Michael Yu, Vanessa DeClercq, & Melanie Keats Click here to see the full brief Biological, psychological and social factors all influence an individual’s perception of their health status. Self-rated health […]

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