Screen Time and Cardiovascular Risks Among Middle-Aged Women.

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Summary of "Screen Time and Cardiovascular Risks Among Middle-Aged Women."

Screen time is a marker of sedentary behavior that threatens the health of women. Extended screen time is associated with depression, insomnia, cardiovascular disease, and decreased quality of life.


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Name: The Journal of cardiovascular nursing
ISSN: 1550-5049


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