High Sitting Time or Obesity: Which Came First? Bidirectional Association in a Longitudinal Study of 31,787 Australian Adults
Objective: Evidence on the direction of the association between sitting time and obesity is limited. The prospective associations between baseline total sitting time and subsequent changes in body mass index (BMI), and baseline BMI and subsequent changes
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