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3 results for "British Regional Heart Study"

Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Inflammatory and Hemostatic Markers in Men

  • Published on Mar 2017

Purpose: This study aimed to determine whether higher levels of physical activity (PA) and less sedentary behavior (SB) are associated with less inflammation, indicated by inflammatory and hemostatic biomarkers, in older men. Methods: A cross-sectional study of 1139 men, from the British Regional Heart Study (mean ± SD age = 78 ± 5 yr), and longitudinal ...

Objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and subclinical vascular disease: Cross-sectional study in older British men

  • Published on Aug 2016

Low physical activity (PA) and high levels of sedentary time (ST) are associated with higher cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk among older people. However, their independent contribution and importance of duration of PA and ST bouts remain unclear. We investigated associations between objectively measured PA, ST and non-invasive vascular measures, markers ...

Duration and breaks in sedentary behaviour: accelerometer data from 1566 community-dwelling older men (British Regional Heart Study)

  • Published on Sept. 17, 2014

Background: Sedentary behaviours are increasingly recognized as raising the risk of cardiovascular disease events, diabetes and mortality, independently of physical activity levels. However, little is known about patterns of sedentary behaviour in older adults. Methods: Cross-sectional study of 1566/3137 (50% response) men aged 71–91 years from a UK population-based cohort study. Men wore ...