Screen-time, obesity, ageing and disability: findings from 91266 participants in the 45 and Up Study
Objective To assess the relationship between obesity and sedentary behaviours, such as watching television or using a computer (screen-time), and describe how this relationship varies between population subgroups.Design Cross-sectional analysis of the relationship between obesity (BMI 30 kg/m2) and screen-time, adjusted for age, sex, income and education and compared according to a range of personal characteristics.Setting New South Wales, Australia.Subjects A total of 91 266 men and women aged...[Show more]
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