The environment can explain differences in adolescents' daily physical activity levels living in a deprived urban area: cross-sectional study using accelerometry, GPS, and focus groups.

Helen J. Moore, Catherine A. Nixon, Amelia Lake, Wayne Douthwaite, Claire L. O'Malley, Claire L. Pedley, C. D. (Carolyn) Summerbell, A. C. (Ashley) Routen

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Abstract

Evidence suggests that many contemporary urban environments do not support healthy lifestyle choices and are implicated in the obesity pandemic. Middlesbrough, in the northeast of England is one such environment and a prime target for investigation.
Original languageEnglish
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JournalJournal of physical activity & health
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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