2014
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232014191.0446
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Epidemiology of physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors, and unhealthy eating habits among brazilian adolescents

Abstract: Epidemiology of physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors, and unhealthy eating habits among Brazilian adolescents: a systematic reviewEpidemiologia da inatividade física, comportamentos sedentários e hábitos alimentares não-saudáveis em adolescentes brasileiros: uma revisão sistemática

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“…TV watching time on the weekend was greater among Brazilian boys [5] and another study also found that screen time (including computer and video games) was greater among Brazilian boys [14]. In this study, excessive TV viewing time was similar in boys and girls and in agreement with the results of other studies conducted in Brazil and reported in a recent systematic review [4].…”
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“…TV watching time on the weekend was greater among Brazilian boys [5] and another study also found that screen time (including computer and video games) was greater among Brazilian boys [14]. In this study, excessive TV viewing time was similar in boys and girls and in agreement with the results of other studies conducted in Brazil and reported in a recent systematic review [4].…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…One study, conducted in 44 cities in the state of Pernambuco, showed that 40.9% of schoolchildren spent 3 h or more per day watching TV during the week; on the weekend this prevalence rate was 49.9% [5]. A systematic review found a prevalence higher than 50% on weekdays among Brazilian adolescents in most of the studies (60%) that were analyzed [4].…”
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