College Grads Are More Physically Active On Weekends Than Less Educated Folk, University of Kansas Study
8/19/2014 7:38:03 AM
Understanding the relationship between educational level, working status, and physical activity is an important part of creating public health initiatives aimed toward reducing the burden of obesity. A study presented at the American Sociological Association's 109th Annual Meeting on Aug. 19 has revealed that people with a college level degree are more physically active on Saturday and Sunday compared to weekdays, but people without a high school degree are less likely to hit the gym on a weekend.
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