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Are longitudinal reallocations of time between movement behaviours associated with adiposity among elderly women? A composition

Jana et al.
Used Parameters : PBF

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Czech Republic

Journal : International Journal of Obesity

Background This study aimed to use compositional data analysis to:(1) investigate the prospective associations between changes in daily movement behaviours and adiposity among elderly women; and (2) to examine how the reallocation of time between movement behaviours was associated with longitudinal changes in adiposity.
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