Leisure-time activities

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Leisure-time activities 
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The bridge for pedestrians and cyclists will contribute towards the development of tourism and to free movement of people for the purposes of work or leisure-time activities and to the economic and social development of the cross-border localities concerned.
The researchers adjusted for other types of activity people did, from leisure-time activities to vigorous exercise, Health news reported.
The take-home message: If you have diabetes, reducing sedentary behavior and including more physical activity into your daily routine through exercise, yard work, or other leisure-time activities may help minimize your risk of diabetic retinopathy.
For this age group, leisure-time activities should be enjoyable and freely chosen, as found by Passmore and French (2003).
Investigators caution that more research is needed to explore connection between TV viewing and mortality and whether these same associations are found when we consider sitting in other contexts, such as driving, working, or doing other sedentary leisure-time activities.
Television, computers, video games and cell phones are now our leisure-time activities.
His ideas, which are strongly grounded in conceptual literature, will help professionals encourage students to bridge the gap between formal instruction and leisure-time activities that students initiate themselves.
These leisure-time activities represent moderate intensity exercise that is important to health.
The three-week tour to Australia involved a series of games with local teams in the Brisbane, Sydney and Darwin regions, plus a range of leisure-time activities including surfing, visiting a koala sanctuary and whitewater rafting.
While playing cards and board games with family and friends are among her favorite leisure-time activities, Steffi is pretty busy with a heavy class load.
This progress report describes their current situation in terms of global trends in education, employment, hunger and poverty and globalization, the dimensions and policy implications of young people in poverty, including policies and programs for poverty alleviation, chronic poverty, trends in the environment and leisure-time activities along with participation in decision making, inter-generational relations, information and communication technology, the impact of global media on youth culture and youths' active role in society, and youth at risk, including the gender dimensions of youth affected by armed conflict.
He has a great deal of interest to say about efforts to promote healthy leisure-time activities in "spaces of regeneration.