Overweight and Obesity Among School Bus Drivers in Rural Arkansas
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 16 — May 16, 2019
Associations between obesity and dietary, weight-loss, and physical-activity behaviors and beliefs among school bus drivers (N = 45) in 4 Arkansas garages, June and July, 2017. Data are significant at P < .05.
|Believe that eating fewer calories is important for health||28.6||80.6|
|Regularly dieted in past year||54.5||91.7|
|Currently trying to lose weight||20||77.1|
|Reduced amount of food eaten to lose weight||33.3||85.2|
|Increased fruit and vegetable intake to lose weight||47.2||79.2|
|Met physical activity recommendations||75.9||42.9|
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