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- Thomson, Jessica L.; Landry, Alicia S.; Zoellner, Jamie M.; Tudor-Locke, Catrine; Webster, Michael; Connell, Carol; Yadrick, Kathy
- BMC public health 2012 v.12 pp. 983
- African Americans; blood pressure; body mass index; cities; data collection; exercise; fat body; glucose; humans; lifestyle; linear models; lipids; prediction; regression analysis; waist circumference; walking
- ... Background: Walking for exercise remains the most frequently reported leisure-time activity, likely because it is simple, inexpensive, and easily incorporated into most people’s lifestyle. Pedometers are simple, convenient, and economical tools that can be used to quantify step-determined physical activity. Few studies have attempted to define the direct relationship between dynamic changes in ped ...
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