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Abbreviations and Acronyms:BMI (body mass index), CVD (cardiovascular disease), HDL-C (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol), HR (hazard ratio), MET (metabolic equivalent), MetS (metabolic syndrome), PA (physical activity)
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Grant Support: This study was supported by grants AG06945 , HL62508 , DK088195 , and HL133069 from the National Institutes of Health .
Potential Competing Interests: Dr Blair has received unrestricted research grants from The Coca-Cola Company, but these grants were not used to support this work.