activity level


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Activity Level

1. See: Active Stocks.

2. The level to which an activity incurs a cost for a company.

activity level

a measure of output which can be expressed in units of production, direct labour hours, machine hours or some other basis.
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Regardless of your past activity level, boosting your physical activity in middle and older age potentially could reduce your risk of death, researchers have reported.
They found that those who had increased their activity levels were more likely to live longer regardless of any factors, including cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity and diet or even their initial activity level.
Factor VIII Activity Level Changes Continued to be Expression Level Dependent, Slowed in Year Three, and Appears to be Approaching Plateau
Assessment of Physical Activity Level: The International Physical Activity Questionnaire Short Form (IPAQ-SF) was used to determine the level of physical activity of the participants.
45 (+ at least 6 charging devices) a personally identifying resident~~s activity level on a wrist or a body that is easy to attach to the body of a natural body that allows patient tracking and which can be easily alerted to help, should produce an alarm.
Women reporting to have high physical activity level (>35 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity/day) in late pregnancy had a reduced risk of having an acute cesarean section compared with those with the lowest physical activity level.
Heung Jae Park, from Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea, and colleagues assessed the association of sitting time and physical activity level with the incidence of LUTS in a cohort of 69,795 Korean men who were free of LUTS at baseline and followed annually or biennially for a mean of 2.6 years.
But, in November, the overall activity level increased in spite of the fact that activity for people ages 45 to 59 fell 1%.
In addition, vision-based occupancy recognition systems also have the potential to recognize other detailed patterns such as activity level and occupant clothing.
These include your age, your current height and weight (which are used to determine your body mass index, or BMI), and your activity level. That last item is often overlooked, but it is very important.
Determining the physical activity level in elderly people is difficulty and complicated.
Remain consistent regardless of your activity level and position