Using new FOI data and data analysis, not-for-profit health body ukactive investigated the biggest causes of inactivity
and effective interventions.
The report by not-forprofit health body ukactive, has investigated the causes of inactivity
UKactive chairman Fred Turok said: "It's no longer acceptable that physical inactivity
remains the forgotten cause of death in the UK.
An analysis compiled by the campaign group ukactive claims levels of inactivity
in Sunderland are among the highest in the country, with more than a third of adults failing to carry out regular exercise.
at the session and especially stress the inactivity
of Minsk Group, the only mediator in the settlement of the conflict: "We will try to
The diseases studied were coronary heart disease, breast and colon cancer and type 2 diabetes, all of which have been shown to be related toaphysical inactivity
Poorer countries where people rely on physical labor for subsistence naturally found lower levels of physical inactivity
While muscle weakness, bone loss and slow metabolism (the rate at which the body uses energy) are changes associated with aging, problems caused by inactivity
include loss of strength, problems with balance, increasing stiffness or loss of flexibility and reduced stamina.
Low education and mental inactivity
: 7.3 percent, 386,000
The problem of economic inactivity
isn't one that has just happened overnight and if we look at the long-term trend of economic inactivity
in Wales, then it is probably one of the key issues for the continuing underperformance of the economy.
Theodore Roosevelt was the most active president we ever had, however, when forced into inactivity
he fell into a dangerous trap.
is the fourth leading risk factor for all global deaths, with 31% of the world's population not physically active."In 2008, almost 460,000 females died from breast cancer, while close to 610,000 males and females died from colorectal cancer .
In spite of the economic crisis, the labour market participation of women in the EU27 continued to increase between 2008 and 2009, as the inactivity
rate(1) of women aged 15-64 further declined from 36.1% to 35.7%.
Particularly galling is that some are reviving "inactivity
charges." That's right.