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Sex Differences in Clustering Unhealthy Lifestyles Among Survivors of COVID-19: Latent Class Analysis
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Sex Differences in Clustering Unhealthy Lifestyles Among Survivors of COVID-19: Latent Class Analysis

Tuan Tran Van, Feb-2024, In: JMIR Public Health Surveill, 10, 50189, p. 2

Overview

Abstract:

The study identified notable sex differences in unhealthy lifestyle behaviors among survivors of COVID-19. Male
survivors are more likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors compared to female survivors. These findings emphasize the importance of tailored public health interventions targeting sex-specific unhealthy behaviors. Specifically, addressing unhealthy habits is crucial for promoting post–COVID-19 health and well-being.

Article number 2
Journal JMIR Public Health Surveill
Volume 10
Issue number 50189
Publication status Published - Feb-2024