Leisure time, non-leisure time, and occupational physical activity in Asian Americans.

@article{Kandula2005LeisureTN,
  title={Leisure time, non-leisure time, and occupational physical activity in Asian Americans.},
  author={Namratha R Kandula and Diane S. Lauderdale},
  journal={Annals of epidemiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={257-65}
}
PURPOSE Asian American immigrants' risk of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity increase with duration of residence in the United States (US). Regular physical activity reduces the risk of these diseases, yet little is known about physical activity in Asian Americans and how it changes after immigration. METHODS Data from the 2001 California Health Interview Survey, which oversampled Asian Americans, were analyzed to investigate the effects of ethnicity, nativity, and years in the US on… CONTINUE READING

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