Work hours, weight status, and weight-related behaviors: a study of metro transit workers

@inproceedings{Escoto2010WorkHW,
  title={Work hours, weight status, and weight-related behaviors: a study of metro transit workers},
  author={Kamisha Escoto and Simone A. French and Lisa J. Harnack and Traci L Toomey and P. J. Hannan and Nathan R. Mitchell},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Associations between hours worked per week and Body Mass Index (BMI), food intake, physical activity, and perceptions of eating healthy at work were examined in a sample of transit workers. METHODS Survey data were collected from 1086 transit workers. Participants reported hours worked per week, food choices, leisure-time physical activity and… CONTINUE READING