Slip, trip and fall accidents occurring during the delivery of mail

This study sought to identify causal factors for slip, trip and fall accidents occurring during the delivery of mail.

Pounding the pavement (Oklahoma)

Presents information on the results of a survey conducted at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater on the minimum standards of walking recommended for good health among college students in 2004.

Pedestrian exposure to air pollution along a major road etc

Pedestrian exposure to PM 2.5, the loss of reflectance (‘blackness’) of the PM 2.5 filters, ultrafine particle counts and carbon monoxide (CO) was investigated along a major r

Active commuting to and from school and BMI in elementary school children etc (abstract)

United States National Health Objectives include increasing the proportion of trips made by walking to and from school for children who live within 1.6 km to 50%. The purpose of this objective is to increase the level of physical activity among children.
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Active commuting to school: an overlooked source of childrens physical activity

The assessment and promotion of childrens healthful physical activity is important: (i) to combat the international obesity epidemic that extends to childhood; and (ii) to establish an early habit of lifestyle physical activity that can be sustained into adolesce

Omission of active commuting to school and the prevalence of childrens health-related physical activ

the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Study Active commuting to school by walking or bicycle is a potential source of continuous moderate activity for children that has bee

Personal, family, social, and environmental correlates of active commuting to school

Active commuting to school may be an important opportunity for children to accumulate adequate physical activity for improved cardiovascular risk factors, enhanced bone health, and psychosocial well-being.

Active commuting to school among NSW primary school children: implications for public health

Regular active commuting by walking/cycling can help maintain an active lifestyle.

Walking Map Toolbox

The Walking Maps Tool Box, by the Health Sponsorship Council (2006), is designed for communities that want to encourage people who live or work in their area and visitors to walk more. Creating a walking map is one means of motivating people to walk in their local area.

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