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Three decades of rapid economic development in China have not only benefited millions of Chinese by improving their living standards but have also dramatically increased the number of people who are part of the country's aging population. However, economic growth has not been accompanied by sufficient attention given to important public health issues, including an increase in the incidence of chronic diseases and a decline in physical activity (PA) that comes with an aging population. The rapiddoi:10.1016/j.jshs.2016.06.004 fatcat:2ryxupeqg5a6vkq7n5pef7r6ji