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Cardio-metabolic Risk and its Antecedents among Law Enforcement Officers in Trinidad and Tobago

Law enforcement is considered a demanding and stressful occupation. Lifestyle choices associated with such occupations increase the risk of developing cardio-metabolic risk factors.


Objective:  In this study, we evaluated cardio-metabolic risk and associated lifestyle behaviours among police officers.

18 Dec, 2017
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e-Published: 20 Dec, 2017


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