Physical activity and cancer prevention: awareness and meeting the recommendations among adult Saudis. Amin TT(1), Al-Hammam AM, AlMulhim NA, Al-Hayan MI, Al-Mulhim MM, Al-Mosabeh MJ, Al-Subaie MA, Al-Hmmad QA, Al-Omran AA.Cited by: 13. Associations of awareness of physical activity recommendations for health and self-reported physical activity behaviours among adult South Australians. Berry NM(1), Nolan R(2), Dollman J(3). Author information: (1)School of Nursing and Midwifery, Flinders University, Australia; School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia, Australia.Cited by: 3.
Nov 16, 2017 · Knowledge-related factors in discussing physical activity were 1) knowledge of the current guideline on aerobic activity (selecting 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity per week) 2) that the guideline applies to adults with disabilities (yes, no, don’t know), and 3) awareness of community physical activity resources for Author: Elizabeth A. Courtney-Long, Alissa C. Stevens, Dianna D. Carroll, Shannon Griffin-Blake, John D. Omu. How much physical activity do you need? The evidence is clear—physical activity fosters normal growth and development, can reduce the risk of various chronic diseases, and can make people feel better, function better, and sleep better. Some health benefits start immediately after activity, and even short bouts of physical activity are beneficial.
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