The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports: The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark

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The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports : The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark. / Heidemann, Malene Søborg; Jespersen, Eva; Holst, René; Schou, Anders J.; Husby, Steffen; Mølgaard, Christian; Wedderkopp, Niels.

I: Preventive Medicine, Bind 57, Nr. 2, 2013, s. 87-91.

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Heidemann, MS, Jespersen, E, Holst, R, Schou, AJ, Husby, S, Mølgaard, C & Wedderkopp, N 2013, 'The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports: The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark', Preventive Medicine, bind 57, nr. 2, s. 87-91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2013.04.015

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Heidemann, M. S., Jespersen, E., Holst, R., Schou, A. J., Husby, S., Mølgaard, C., & Wedderkopp, N. (2013). The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports: The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark. Preventive Medicine, 57(2), 87-91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2013.04.015

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Heidemann MS, Jespersen E, Holst R, Schou AJ, Husby S, Mølgaard C o.a. The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports: The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark. Preventive Medicine. 2013;57(2):87-91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2013.04.015

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Heidemann, Malene Søborg ; Jespersen, Eva ; Holst, René ; Schou, Anders J. ; Husby, Steffen ; Mølgaard, Christian ; Wedderkopp, Niels. / The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports : The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark. I: Preventive Medicine. 2013 ; Bind 57, Nr. 2. s. 87-91.

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abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of a school based physical education (PE) program and the amount of leisure time sport (LTS) on children's bone health and to examine if LTS influences the impact of school type on children's bone health. METHODS: Children attending {"}sports{"} schools (6×45min PE lessons per week) were compared to children at {"}traditional{"} schools (2×45min of PE lessons per week) in Svendborg, Denmark. Whole-body DXA scans were performed at baseline (2008) and at a two-year follow-up (2010). Bone mineral content (BMC), bone mineral density (BMD), and bone area (BA) were measured. Multilevel regression analyses examined the impact of school type and LTS participation on bone. RESULTS: 742/800 (93{\%}) invited children accepted to participate. 682/742 (92{\%}) participated at two-year follow-up. Mean (SD) age was 9.5years (0.9) at baseline. A positive association between LTS and BMC, BMD (p",
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T1 - The impact on children's bone health of a school-based physical education program and participation in leisure time sports

T2 - The Childhood Health, Activity and Motor Performance School (the CHAMPS) study, Denmark

AU - Heidemann, Malene Søborg

AU - Jespersen, Eva

AU - Holst, René

AU - Schou, Anders J.

AU - Husby, Steffen

AU - Mølgaard, Christian

AU - Wedderkopp, Niels

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N2 - OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of a school based physical education (PE) program and the amount of leisure time sport (LTS) on children's bone health and to examine if LTS influences the impact of school type on children's bone health. METHODS: Children attending "sports" schools (6×45min PE lessons per week) were compared to children at "traditional" schools (2×45min of PE lessons per week) in Svendborg, Denmark. Whole-body DXA scans were performed at baseline (2008) and at a two-year follow-up (2010). Bone mineral content (BMC), bone mineral density (BMD), and bone area (BA) were measured. Multilevel regression analyses examined the impact of school type and LTS participation on bone. RESULTS: 742/800 (93%) invited children accepted to participate. 682/742 (92%) participated at two-year follow-up. Mean (SD) age was 9.5years (0.9) at baseline. A positive association between LTS and BMC, BMD (p

AB - OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of a school based physical education (PE) program and the amount of leisure time sport (LTS) on children's bone health and to examine if LTS influences the impact of school type on children's bone health. METHODS: Children attending "sports" schools (6×45min PE lessons per week) were compared to children at "traditional" schools (2×45min of PE lessons per week) in Svendborg, Denmark. Whole-body DXA scans were performed at baseline (2008) and at a two-year follow-up (2010). Bone mineral content (BMC), bone mineral density (BMD), and bone area (BA) were measured. Multilevel regression analyses examined the impact of school type and LTS participation on bone. RESULTS: 742/800 (93%) invited children accepted to participate. 682/742 (92%) participated at two-year follow-up. Mean (SD) age was 9.5years (0.9) at baseline. A positive association between LTS and BMC, BMD (p

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