An uphill struggle: effects of a point-of-choice stair climbing intervention in a non-English speaking population.

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BACKGROUND Increases in lifestyle physical activity are a current public health target. Interventions that encourage pedestrians to choose the stairs rather than the escalator are uniformly successful in English speaking populations. Here we report the first test of a similar intervention in a non-English speaking sample, namely the Hong Kong Chinese… (More)

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@article{Eves2006AnUS, title={An uphill struggle: effects of a point-of-choice stair climbing intervention in a non-English speaking population.}, author={Frank F. Eves and Rich Sw Masters}, journal={International journal of epidemiology}, year={2006}, volume={35 5}, pages={1286-90} }