Subject: Logistic Models | Aged | Netherlands | *Educational Status | *Exercise | Middle aged | Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't | Health Status | Questionnaires | Research Report | *Leisure Activities | Adolescent | Adult | Humans | Longitudinal Studies
STUDY OBJECTIVE—This study describes educational differences in decreases in leisure time physical activity among an adult, physically active population and additionally attempts to identify predictors of these differences from information on health status and individua... View more
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