Newsletter Article

Revisiting the Association of Sedentary Behavior and Physical Activity with All-Cause Mortality Using a Compositional Approach: The Women’s Health Study

November 2021

While physical activity has consistently been associated with decreased mortality rates, it remains unknown if there is a single “ideal” combination of time in physical activities of different intensities and sedentary behavior (SB) associated with the lowest rate.

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