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  • a pooled analysis of 298 population-based surveys with 1.6 million participants

    Background: Physical activity has many health benefits for young people. In 2018, WHO launched More Active People for a Healthier World, a new global action on physical activity, including new…

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  • a pooled analysis of 358 population-based surveys with 1.9 million participants

    Insufficient physical activity is a leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases, and has a negative effect on mental health and quality of life. This article describes levels of insufficient physical…

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  • content analysis of 27 national policy documents

    Background: Over the past years there has been increasing interest in physical activity promotion and the development of appropriate policy. So far, there has been no comprehensive overview of the…

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  • national policy approaches to increasing physical activity in seven European countries

    Background: Physical inactivity is one of the four leading behavioural risk factors for non-communicable disease (NCD). Like tobacco control, increasing levels of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) will require a national…

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  • surveillance progress, pitfalls, and prospects

    Dit artikel beschrijft het vóórkomen van fysieke activiteit en inactiviteit voor volwassenen (vanaf 15 jaar) uit 122 landen (89% van de wereldbevolking). Wereldwijd is 31.1% van de volwassenen fysiek inactief,…

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  • In dit hoofdstuk is aan de hand van onderzoeken gekeken welke gezondheidsrisico’s ontstaan door inactiviteit

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  • neighborhood disorder and lack of safety predict reduced physical activity among urban children and adolescents

    Purpose: Lack of physical activity is associated with increased risk of overweight and cardiovascular disease, conditions associated with lower socioeconomic status (SES). Associations between activity levels of urban youth and…

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