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The sedentary behaviour during leisure time of 54 398 adults (25 773 men and 28 625 women; aged 18 years and over) residing in China, as well as the associated sociodemographic factors were investigated using data from the 2002 China National Nutrition and Health Survey. The results showed that...

Author(s)
Liu AiLing; Hu XiaoQi; Cui ZhaoHui; Li YanPing; Luan DeChun; Ma GuanSheng
Publisher
Acta Nutrimenta Sinica c/o Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Tianjin, China
Citation
Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 2008, 30, 4, pp 345-349
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Objective. The built environment may impact on elders' ability to engage in leisure-time physical activity (LTPA). Environmental correlates of LTPA in older Chinese residents of ultra-dense cities are unknown. The main aim of this study was to identify the aspects of the neighborhood environment...

Author(s)
Cerin, E.; Lee KaYiu; Barnett, A.; Sit, C. H. P.; Cheung ManChin; Chan WaiMan
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Preventive Medicine, 2013, 56, 1, pp 86-89
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In view of the limited previous research on impact of leisure lifestyle on people's health in cross-cultural settings, this paper addresses this issue by analyzing the results of three studies conducted in China, Korea, and Japan. The three cross-cultural leisure and health studies operationalize...

Author(s)
Dong, E.
Publisher
AFAHPER-SD, Thohoandou, South Africa
Citation
African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 2014, 20, 3-2, pp 1124-1138
Abstract

Background: Rapid urbanization in China has led to a proliferation of electronic entertainment media among youth. Prolonged screen time (ST; includes watching television and playing on computers, video game consoles, or mobile phones) is linked to poor health profiles. The aim of this study was to...

Author(s)
Jiang XiaoXiao; Hardy, L. L.; Ding Ding; Baur, L. A.; Shi HuiJing
Publisher
Japan Epidemiological Association, Fukuoka, Japan
Citation
Journal of Epidemiology, 2014, 24, 5, pp 397-403
Abstract

Objectives: This study examines the associations of socioeconomic status (SES) with intensity of different types of physical activity (PA) in Chinese adults, aimed at outlining and projecting socioeconomic disparities in PA among the population undergoing a rapid nutrition transition. Methods: A...

Author(s)
Chen MingLing; Wu YiKang; Narimatsu, H.; Li XueQing; Wang ChunMei; Luo JianYong; Zhao GenMing; Chen ZhongWen; Xu WangHong
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2015, 10, 7, pp e0132918
Abstract

Background: Sedentary behaviors are prevalent in Chinese children, however, the studies on their trends and socioeconomic disparities are scarce. We examined the time trends of daily television (TV) viewing and video game playing and the associated socioeconomic factors in Chinese children in Hong...

Author(s)
Gong WeiJie; Fong YeeTak [Fong, Y. T. D. ]; Wang ManPing; Lam TaiHing; Chung WaiHung [Chung, W. H. T. ]; Ho SaiYin
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Public Health, 2019, 19, 754, pp (13 June 2019)

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