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Physical inactivity

Physical inactivity: Introduction

A lack of sufficient physical activity to maintain a healthy balanced lifestyle. Television and computers have become the major forces in the issue physical inactivity which is a growing problem in today's society. Physical inactivity can significantly impact on a persons health by contributing to conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. ...more »

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