Association between physical activity and metabolic syndrome in middle-aged Japanese: a cross-sectional study

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p624
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study conducted to examine the association between physical activity and metabolic syndrome (MetS) in middle-aged Japanese individuals. It mentions that the association between physical activity and MetS was analyzed with the use of logistic regression. It concludes that the moderate physical activity decreases the risk of developing MetS and pre-MetS in Japanese.


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