Archives for February 2015 in Research Update

Moving ahead: The economic impact of reducing physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour

This Research Update article summarizes an analysis of the economic impact of getting 10 per cent of Canadians with suboptimal levels of physical activity to move more and reduce sedentary behaviour. By 2040, gross domestic product would grow $7.5 billion and $2.6 billion in health care costs would be reduced. Authors: Fares Bounajm, Thy Dinh, Louis Thériault. (February 2015, Volume 22, Number 1)

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