CitationBell, A. Colin; Ge, Keyou; & Popkin, Barry M. (2002). The Road to Obesity or the Path to Prevention: Motorized Transportation and Obesity in China. Obesity Research, 10(4), 277-83.
AbstractObjective: Dependence on motorized forms of transportation may contribute to the worldwide obesity epidemic. Shifts in transportation patterns occurring in China provide an ideal opportunity to study the association between vehicle ownership and obesity. Our objective was to determine whether motorized forms of transportation promote obesity.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleObesity Research
Author(s)Bell, A. Colin
Popkin, Barry M.