Leisure Studies

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Leisure Studies

Leisure participation predicts survival: a population-based study in Finland

Activities and Mortality in the Elderly: The Leisure World Cohort Study

Leisure time physical activity and sickness absenteeism; a prospective study

Type of alcohol consumed, changes in intake over time and mortality: the Leisure World Cohort Study

Restriction in participation in leisure activities after joint replacement: an exploratory study

Healthy Cognitive Aging and Leisure Activities Among the Oldest Old in Japan: Takashima Study

Leisure Activity in Old Age and Risk of Dementia: A 15-Year Prospective Study

Difficulties in performing leisure activities among persons with newly diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis: a prospective, controlled study

Psychosocial work environment and leisure-time physical activity: the Stormont Study

Higher education as a portfolio investment: students’ choices about studying, term time employment, leisure, and loans

Seasonal Variation in Household, Occupational, and Leisure Time Physical Activity: Longitudinal Analyses from the Seasonal Variation of Blood Cholesterol Study

Late-Life Engagement in Social and Leisure Activities Is Associated with a Decreased Risk of Dementia: A Longitudinal Study from the Kungsholmen Project

Changes in Leisure-time Physical Activity and Risk of Death: An Observational Study of 7,000 Men and Women

Cross national study of leisure-time physical activity in Dutch and English populations with ethnic group comparisons

Regular Leisure Time Physical Activity Predicts High Activity of Tissue Plasminogen Activator: The Northern Sweden MONICA Study

Does Participation in Leisure Activities Lead to Reduced Risk of Alzheimer's Disease? A Prospective Study of Swedish Twins

Leisure Activity, Health, and Medical Correlates of Neurocognitive Performance Among Monozygotic Twins: The Older Australian Twins Study

Cardiac structure and function and leisure-time physical activity in the elderly: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study


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Is a contemporary area of inquiry although the concept of leisure was addressed originally by early Greek philosophers. Leisure connotes a number of meanings but generally, leisure refers to free ...

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