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Judith E. Brown
ISBN: 9781305628007

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Judith E. Brown
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Textbook Problem

Name two strategies for decreasing a school-age child’s sedentary behaviors.

Summary Introduction

To name: The two strategies for decreasing a school-age child’s sedentary behaviors.

Introduction: Sedentary lifestyle is a growing concern in school-age children. Time spent in sedentary activities is referred to as screen time. This is a leading cause of obesity in children, causing serious and chronic health problems, including cardivascular diseases, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes. Therefore, carefully chosen appropriate interventions are needed to promote a healthy and active lifestyle in children.

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The two strategies to decrease a school-age child’s sedentary behaviors are given as follows:

  • • Restrict screen time to less than two hours per day, such that children do not involve in televisions,...

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