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Guide to Community Preventive Services: Physical Activity Intervention Recommendations

This guide produced by the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reviews community-level interventions to increase physical activity. The guide covers three topic areas: informational approaches (e.g. campus-wide campaigns), behavioral and social approaches (e.g. school-based physical education) and environmental and policy approaches (e.g. walking trails) and highlights recommended approaches for increasing physical activity levels.



OrganizationU.S. Preventive Service Task Force and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.thecommunityguide.org/pa/Physical-Acti...
Publish DateJune 2005
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