Journal article

Leisure-Time Physical Activity Does not Attenuate the Association Between Occupational Sedentary Behavior and Obesity: Results From Alberta's Tomorrow Project

Joshua A Nicholas, Geraldine Lo Siou, Brigid M Lynch, Paula J Robson, Christine M Friedenreich, Ilona Csizmadi

Journal of Physical Activity and Health | HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC | Published : 2015

Grants

Awarded by Early Career Fellowship from the National Breast Cancer Foundation


Funding Acknowledgements

Lynch is supported an Early Career Fellowship from the National Breast Cancer Foundation (ECF-15-012). Friedenreich is funded by an Alberta Innovates-Health Solutions Health Senior Scholar Award, and is the Alberta Cancer Foundation Weekend to End Women's Cancers Breast Cancer Chair. Funding for Alberta's Tomorrow Project is provided by the Alberta Cancer Foundation, the Alberta Cancer Prevention Legacy Fund (administered by Alberta Innovates-Health Solutions) and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, with in-kind support provided by Alberta Health Services. We thank participants of Alberta's Tomorrow Project. For additional information please see www.myATP.ca.