Objectively measured patterns of physical activity in primary school children in Coventry: the influence of ethnicity.

@article{Eyre2013ObjectivelyMP,
  title={Objectively measured patterns of physical activity in primary school children in Coventry: the influence of ethnicity.},
  author={Emma L. J. Eyre and Michael J Duncan and Elaine C Smith and Krystyna A Matyka},
  journal={Diabetic medicine : a journal of the British Diabetic Association},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={939-45}
}
AIMS The aetiology of increased metabolic risk in South Asians is incompletely understood, but may include modifiable factors such as physical activity. This study assessed patterns of physical activity in UK primary school children and examined the influence of ethnicity. METHODS We studied a community sample of children aged 8-9 years attending primary schools in Coventry, UK. One hundred and sixty-one children wore combined physical activity and heart rate monitors for 7 days. Levels of… CONTINUE READING
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