Family and home correlates of children's physical activity in a multi-ethnic population: the cross-sectional child heart and health study in england (CHASE)

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McMinn, Alison M; van Sluijs, Esther MF; Nightingale, Claire M; Griffin, Simon J; Cook, Derek G; Owen, Chris G; Rudnicka, Alicja R; Whincup, Peter H;
  • Journal: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity,volume 8,issue 1,pages11-11 (issn: 1479-5868, eissn: 1479-5868)
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  • Subject: Nutritional diseases. Deficiency diseases | Medicine (miscellaneous) | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | RC620-627 | Nutrition and Dietetics | Research

Abstract Background The influence of the family and home environment on childhood physical activity (PA) and whether this differs between ethnic groups remains uncertain. This paper investigates associations between family and home factors and childhood PA in a multi-et... View more
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