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Predictors of objectively measured physical activity in 12‐month‐old infants: A study of linked birth cohort data with electronic health records

Haider Raza, Shang-ming Zhou Orcid Logo, Charlotte Todd, Danielle Christian, Emily Marchant, Kelly Morgan, Ashra Khanom Orcid Logo, Rebecca Hill, Ronan Lyons Orcid Logo, Sinead Brophy Orcid Logo

Pediatric Obesity, Volume: 14, Issue: 7, Start page: e12512

Swansea University Authors: Shang-ming Zhou Orcid Logo, Kelly Morgan, Ashra Khanom Orcid Logo, Ronan Lyons Orcid Logo, Sinead Brophy Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1111/ijpo.12512

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Physical activity (PA) levels are associated with long-term health, and levels of PA when young are predictive of adult activity levels.

Published in: Pediatric Obesity
ISSN: 2047-6302 2047-6310
Published: Wiley 2019
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Shang-ming Zhou
Kelly Morgan
Ashra Khanom
Ronan Lyons
Sinead Brophy
title_short Predictors of objectively measured physical activity in 12‐month‐old infants: A study of linked birth cohort data with electronic health records
title_full Predictors of objectively measured physical activity in 12‐month‐old infants: A study of linked birth cohort data with electronic health records
title_fullStr Predictors of objectively measured physical activity in 12‐month‐old infants: A study of linked birth cohort data with electronic health records
title_full_unstemmed Predictors of objectively measured physical activity in 12‐month‐old infants: A study of linked birth cohort data with electronic health records
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