Daylight saving time as a potential public health intervention: An observational study of evening daylight and objectively-measured physical activity among 23,000 children from 9 countries

Anna Goodman*, Angie S. Page, Ashley R. Cooper, K. Kordas, R. Davey, R. R. Pate, J. Salmon, L. B. Andersen, K. Froberg, L. Sardinha, S. Anderssen, A. Timperio, K. F. Janz, S. Kreimler, P. Hallal, E. van Sluijs, G. P. Sutton, U. Ekelund, L. Sherar

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