Prevalence and trends of leisure-time physical activity by occupation and industry in U.S. workers: the National Health Interview Survey 2004-2014.

@article{Gu2016PrevalenceAT,
  title={Prevalence and trends of leisure-time physical activity by occupation and industry in U.S. workers: the National Health Interview Survey 2004-2014.},
  author={Ja Kook Gu and Luenda E. Charles and Claudia C Ma and Michael E. Andrew and Desta Bey Fekedulegn and Tara A. Hartley and John M. Violanti and Cecil M. Burchfiel},
  journal={Annals of epidemiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={26 10},
  pages={
          685-692
        }
}
PURPOSE Studies describing prevalence and trends of physical activity among workers in the United States are scarce. We aimed to estimate prevalence and trends of "sufficient" leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) during the 2004-2014 time period among U.S. workers. METHODS Data were collected for U.S. workers in the National Health Interview Survey. LTPA was categorized as sufficiently active (moderate intensity, ≥150 minutes per week), insufficiently active (10-149 minutes per week), and… CONTINUE READING
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