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Dog walking is associated with a favorable risk profile independent of moderate to high volume of physical activity

By C. Lentino, A. J. Visek, K. McDonnell, L. DiPietro

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2012
Publication Title Journal of physical activity & health
Volume 9
Issue 3
Pages 414-20
ISBN/ISSN 1543-5474 (Electronic) 1543-3080 (Linking)
Language eng
Author Address The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, Washington, DC, USA.
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  1. Adaptation
  2. Adolescents
  3. Adults
  4. Age
  5. Animals
  6. Body mass
  7. Confidence
  8. Dogs
  9. Females
  10. Health behavior
  11. Health Promotion
  12. Health status
  13. Humans
  14. Males
  15. Middle Aged Adults
  16. models
  17. Motor Activity
  18. Odds Ratio
  19. Overweight
  20. peer-reviewed
  21. Psychometrics
  22. Questionnaires
  23. risk
  24. Young Adult
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