Increased Health Risk in Subjects with High Self-Reported Seasonality

@inproceedings{yane2010IncreasedHR,
  title={Increased Health Risk in Subjects with High Self-Reported Seasonality},
  author={Nicolas M. F. \Oyane and Reidun Ursin and St{\aa}le Pallesen and Fred Holsten and Bj\orn Bjorvatn},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Seasonal variations in mood and behaviour, termed seasonality, are commonly reported in the general population. As a part of a large cross-sectional health survey in Hordaland, Norway, we investigated the relationship between seasonality, objective health measurements and health behaviours. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS A total of 11,545 subjects between 40-44 years old participated, completing the Global Seasonality Score, measuring seasonality. Waist/hip circumference, BMI and… CONTINUE READING
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