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Tables

Table 1  Prevalence of and adjusted odds ratios for viewing television 15 or more hours per week, by selected characteristics, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Table 2  Prevalence of and adjusted odds ratios for using computers 11 or more hours per week, by selected characteristics, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Table A  Percentage reporting frequent screen time, by sex and selected characteristics, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Table B  Percentage viewing television 15 or more hours per week, by province/territory and health region, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Table C  Percentage using computers 11 or more hours per week, by province/territory and health region, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Figures

Figure 1  Percentage distribution of hours per week viewing television and using computers, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007

Figure 2  Mean hours per day viewing television, by age group, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada excluding territories, 1986 and 2005

Figure 3  Percentage of total weekly screen-time hours spent using computers, by age group, household population aged 20 years or older, Canada, 2007