Risk factors for chronic disease in young, midlife and older adults: the PATH through life study
The National Preventative Health Taskforce (2010) has stressed the importance of building and strengthening an evidence base for surveillance of chronic disease risk factors. This study provides recent prevalence statistics of key health determinants and their rates of cooccurrence in a large Australian cohort study. Data were analysed from the most recent collection of the PATH Through Life project (wave 3, 2007-10, n=5,633). Health risk factors were measured by self-report survey items...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 37.3 (2013): 295-296|
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