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|Título:||Weight status is associated with cross-sectional trajectories of motor co-ordination across childhood|
|Autor:||Lopes, Vítor P.|
Stodden, David F.
Rodrigues, Luis Paulo
|Editora:||John Wiley and Sons|
|Citação:||Lopes, Vítor P.; Stodden, David F.; Rodrigues, Luis Paulo (2014) - Weight status is associated with cross-sectional trajectories of motor co-ordination across childhood. Child: Care, Health and Development. ISSN 0305-1862|
|Resumo:||Background Research indicates the development of motor co-ordination (MC) may be an important contributing factor to positive or negative weight trajectories across childhood. Objectives To analyse cross-sectional associations between MC and weight status in children (boys n = 3344 – girls n = 3281), aged 6–11 years and assess overweight/obese risk across different ages. Methods Body mass index (BMI) was calculated [body mass (kg)/height (m2)]. MC was evaluated using the Körperkoordination Test für Kinder (KTK) and a motor quotient (MQ) was calculated.MQ distribution data were split into tertiles. The effect of age, sex and MQ tertiles on BMI and MC was tested with a factorial ANOVA. A logistic regression also was performed to calculate odd ratios (OR) for being overweight/obese at each age. Results Children with higher MQ demonstrated lower BMI levels (F(2,6224) = 222.09; P < 0.001). Differences in BMI among MQ tertiles became larger across age (F(10,6224) = 4.53; P < 0.001). The OR of being overweight/obese in both sexes within the lowest MQ tertile increased in each age group from 6 to 11 years. Specifically, OR increased from 2.26 to 27.77 and from 1.87 to 6.81 in boys and girls respectively. Conclusions Children with low levels of MC have a higher risk of being overweight/obese and this risk increases with age.|
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