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Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults

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Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults. / Ware, L.J.; Rennie, Kirsten; Gafane, L; Collard, Jade; Nell, T.; Shutte, Aletta.

In: Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa (JEMDSA), Vol. 19, No. 1, CP2, 2014.

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Ware, LJ, Rennie, K, Gafane, L, Collard, J, Nell, T & Shutte, A 2014, 'Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults', Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa (JEMDSA), vol. 19, no. 1, CP2.

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Ware, L. J., Rennie, K., Gafane, L., Collard, J., Nell, T., & Shutte, A. (2014). Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults. Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa (JEMDSA), 19(1), [CP2].

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Ware, L.J. ; Rennie, Kirsten ; Gafane, L ; Collard, Jade ; Nell, T. ; Shutte, Aletta. / Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults. In: Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa (JEMDSA). 2014 ; Vol. 19, No. 1.

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title = "Physical activity and hypertension in South African adults",
abstract = "Estimates suggest that approximately 6-million South Africans have hypertension, with half classified as stage 1 (mild). Mindful of the cost of lifelong drug therapy, the South AfricanHypertension Society guidelines suggest delaying drug therapy through lifestyle modification (increased physical activity and weight management) in all but those with the highest risk. This pilot study examined the relationship of BP with physical activity and bodyweight in black South African adults employed in physical occupations",
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AU - Ware, L.J.

AU - Rennie, Kirsten

AU - Gafane, L

AU - Collard, Jade

AU - Nell, T.

AU - Shutte, Aletta

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N2 - Estimates suggest that approximately 6-million South Africans have hypertension, with half classified as stage 1 (mild). Mindful of the cost of lifelong drug therapy, the South AfricanHypertension Society guidelines suggest delaying drug therapy through lifestyle modification (increased physical activity and weight management) in all but those with the highest risk. This pilot study examined the relationship of BP with physical activity and bodyweight in black South African adults employed in physical occupations

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