Television watching, videogames, and excess of body fat in Spanish adolescents: the AVENA study.

@article{VicenteRodrguez2008TelevisionWV,
  title={Television watching, videogames, and excess of body fat in Spanish adolescents: the AVENA study.},
  author={Germ{\'a}n Vicente-Rodr{\'i}guez and Juan Pablo Rey-L{\'o}pez and Miguel Mart{\'i}n-Matillas and Luis A Moreno and Julia W{\"a}rnberg and C. Redondo and Pablo Tercedor and Manuel Lorenzo Delgado and A. C. Luna Marcos and Manuel Castillo and Manuel Huerta Bueno},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={24 7-8},
  pages={
          654-62
        }
}
OBJECTIVE We assessed the individual association of sedentary behaviors with the risk of overweight and excess body fat (overfat) in adolescents. METHODS A representative sample (1960 subjects, 1012 males, age 13-18.5 y) of Spanish adolescents was studied within the framework of the Alimentación y Valoración del Estado Nutricional de los Adolescentes (AVENA) study. Television (TV) watching, videogame and computer usage, doing homework, and the way students got to school, physical activity… CONTINUE READING
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