Carr, Lucas J.

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INTERVENTION TO REDUCE SEDENTARY TIME AND IMPROVE CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS AMONG SEDENTARY EMPLOYEES 2012 99170 Background: More than half of the US adult population is sedentary and this type of behavior is known to increase an individual's risk for overweight/obesity hypertension cardiovascular disease stroke type 2 diabetes mellitus anxiety and depression. ...
WORKSITE INTERVENTION TO REDUCE SEDENTARY TIME 2012 99170 Background: Prevalence of sedentary occupations is on the rise and sedentary time is independently associated with an increased risk for chronic diseases. Interventions conducted in the work site have potential for reducing prolonged bouts of sedenta...