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The Challenge: Little is known about where adults and children are active or sedentary when together.
Make an impact: Understanding where families engage in physical activity together is important in preventing obesity.
What the findings are about: This study used accelerometer and GPS data to examine where families are active together and to determine if there was a relation to parents' or children's weight.
Read the full article: Locations of Joint Physical Activity in Parent-Child Pairs Based on Accelerometer and GPS Monitoring
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