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Depression among middle-aged adults in Japan: The role of the built environment design

Associations between neighborhood walkability and walking following residential relocation: Findings from Alberta's Tomorrow Project


Predicting walking-to-work using street-level imagery and deep learning in seven Canadian cities

Correlates of domain-specific sedentary behaviours and objectively assessed sedentary time among elementary school children

The effect of neighborhood walkability on changes in physical activity and sedentary behavior during a 12-week pedometer-facilitated intervention


Built environment design and cancer prevention through the lens of inequality

Domain-Specific Active and Sedentary Behaviors in Relation to Workers' Presenteeism and Absenteeism

Traditional and novel walkable built environment metrics and social capital

Association between neighbourhood built environment and health-related fitness: a systemic review protocol

A 12-month natural experiment investigating the impacts of replacing a traditional bus service with bus rapid transit on physical activity

596Two approaches for estimating propensity score weights for examining neighbourhood built environment and walking changes

1185The association between neighbourhood built environment and health-related fitness: A systematic review

Active School Transportation and the Built Environment across Canadian Cities: Findings from the Child Active Transportation Safety and the Environment (CHASE) Study

Associations between neighbourhood built characteristics and sedentary behaviours among Canadian men and women: findings from Alberta’s Tomorrow Project

The relationship between walk score® and perceived walkability in ultrahigh density areas

Perceived anxiety and physical activity behaviour changes during the early stages of COVID-19 restrictions in community-dwelling adults in Canada: a cross-sectional study

The effect of a ski and snowboard injury prevention video on safety knowledge in children and adolescents

Modifiable Risk Factors Mediate Associations Between Socioeconomic Position and Cardiovascular Disease Morbidity and Mortality

Sex Differences in the Mediating Effects of Modifiable Risk Factors in Associations Between Socioeconomic Position and Cardiovascular Disease Morbidity and Mortality

Dog ownership, dog walking, and social capital

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour: A Qualitative Study in a Canadian City

The Relationship of Urban Form on Children and Adolescent Health Outcomes: A Scoping Review of Canadian Evidence

Quantifying the contribution of modifiable risk factors to socio-economic inequities in cancer morbidity and mortality: a nationally representative population-based cohort study

A longitudinal residential relocation study of changes in street layout and physical activity

Changes in Workers’ Sedentary and Physical Activity Behaviors in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Their Relationships With Fatigue: Longitudinal Online Study

Socioeconomic disparity in cardiovascular health: the role of where we live

Knowledge and Future Directions in Environmental Design for Physical Activity and Health

Evidence for urban design and public health policy and practice: Space syntax metrics and neighborhood walking


Realtors’ Perceptions of Social and Physical Neighborhood Characteristics Associated with Active Living: A Canadian Perspective

Associations between objectively-measured and self-reported neighbourhood walkability on adherence and steps during an internet-delivered pedometer intervention

Walking-friendly built environments and objectively measured physical function in older adults

Parent anxiety and perceptions of their child’s physical activity and sedentary behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada

Workplace neighbourhood built environment and workers’ physically-active and sedentary behaviour: a systematic review of observational studies

Built environment correlates of objectively-measured sedentary behaviours in densely-populated areas

Dog ownership and adults’ objectively-assessed sedentary behaviour and physical activity

Associations between the built environment and physical activity among adults with low socio-economic status in Canada: a systematic review

Physical Fitness And Neighborhood Design - Walkability, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Muscular Strength, And Flexibility In Adults

Associations between the neighbourhood characteristics and body mass index, waist circumference, and waist-to-hip ratio: Findings from Alberta's Tomorrow Project

Associations between the traditional and novel neighbourhood built environment metrics and weight status among Canadian men and women

Dog-walking in dense compact areas: The role of neighbourhood built environment

Impact of a farmers’ market nutrition coupon programme on diet quality and psychosocial well-being among low-income adults: protocol for a randomised controlled trial and a longitudinal qualitative investigation

Environmental attributes and sedentary behaviours among Canadian adults

Living liveable? RESIDE's evaluation of the “Liveable Neighborhoods” planning policy on the health supportive behaviors and wellbeing of residents in Perth, Western Australia

Neighbourhood built environment and cardiovascular disease: knowledge and future directions

Active and Fit Communities. Associations between Neighborhood Walkability and Health-Related Fitness in Adults

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