Joint Associations of Physical Activity and Insomnia Symptoms with Incident Mood Disorder in a population-based cohort study

      Background: When examined as separate risk factors, low physical inactivity and insomnia symptoms are both associated with increased risk of mood disorders including depression, however few studies examine these risk factors jointly. The aim of this study was to examine the joint association of physical activity and insomnia symptoms with the incidence of mood disorder in Australian adults.
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