Worldwide use of the first set of physical activity Country Cards: The Global Observatory for Physical Activity - GoPA!

The work of The Global Observatory for Physical Activity-GoPA! is the first global effort to compile standardized country-level surveillance, policy and research data for physical activity in order to better understand how countries and regions address promoting physical activity. GoPA! developed standardized country-specific physical activity profiles (“Country Cards”) to summarize country-level data through 2013. The aim of this study was to assess use of the Country Cards, identify the factors associated with their use, and develop recommendations for supporting country-level physical activity promotion.

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Percentage of Deaths Associated With Inadequate Physical Activity in the United States

Current physical activity guidelines recommend that adults parti- cipate weekly in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity equi- valent aerobic physical activity to achieve substantial health bene- fits. We used a nationally representative sample of data of US adults to estimate the percentage of deaths attributable to levels of physical activity that were inadequate to meet the aerobic guideline.

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Reporte de notas Chileno sobre la Actividad Física de Niños y adolescentes 2016

Un Reporte de Notas es una investigación que sintetiza los datos más recientes relacionados con la actividad física en niños y adolescentes.

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Reporte de notas Chileno sobre la Actividad Física de Niños y adolescentes

Un Reporte de Notas es una investigación que sintetiza los datos más recientes relacionados con la actividad física en niños y adolescentes.

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Draft thirteenth general programme of work 2019–2023

Promote health, keep the world safe, serve the vulnerable. Revised following the special session of the Executive Board in November 2017. “Health is a human right. No one should get sick or die just because they are poor, or because they cannot access the services they need.” − Dr Tedros

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Cadence (steps/min) and intensity during ambulation in 6–20 year olds: the CADENCE-kids study

Steps/day is widely utilized to estimate the total volume of ambulatory activity, but it does not directly reflect intensity, a central tenet of public health guidelines. Cadence (steps/min) represents an overlooked opportunity to describe the intensity of ambulatory activity. We sought to establish thresholds linking directly observed cadence with objectively measured intensity in 6–20 year olds.

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