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Relation between residential density and walking time among urban adults in Nanjing, China.

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Summary of "Relation between residential density and walking time among urban adults in Nanjing, China."

The interest in built environment attributes on physical activity has been rapidly increasing over recent decades. This study aimed to investigate the associations between residential density (RD) and walking time (WT), a common mode of physical activity, among urban adults in China.

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Name: Public health
ISSN: 1476-5616
Pages: 34-39

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