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recommendations, while girls from Egypt were the least active, with just 4 perc▓ent getting adequate exercise. Children in Myanma▓r were the least sedentary, with 13 percent of boys and▓ 8 percent o

f girls classified as sedentary. The most sedentary nations were

ry. The researcher

s found only one quarter of the boys and 15

St. Lucia and the Cayma▓n Islands, with 58 percent of boys and 64 perc▓ent of girls spending at least three hours a day in se▓dentary activities. While the study didn't look at the reasons b

ehind the lack of physical activ▓ity in various nations, Guthold

percent of the

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speculated that urba▓nization could be a factor as well as access to cars and TVs. She said schools can help children ▓become more active by having physical education classes and educating s

tudents about the importance▓ of exercise. Adding lanes for bicyc

e by the

les, pedestrian crossings and other chang▓es to promote walking and biking to an

se definitio

d from school could help too, she added. "Even with the limitations that question

naire data (suffer) from, I guess it's pretty safe to sa

y that we have a huge problem with phy▓sical inactivi

ns. A quarter of

ty among schoolchildren around the globe and that

we should take action," said Guthold. Bicycles become main

transportation in carless formerly rebel-held are

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ly 30 percent of girls were sedentary and didn't get enough ex▓ercise with girls less active than boys in every country as
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t 8 percent. Gir▓ls from India were the most active, with 37 perc▓ent meeting exercise

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