Digital Fitness Market Potential Risks and Comprehensive Competitive Strategy Analysis in Different Fields, Report 2020 to 2025
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“Digital Fitness Market” research report offers the breakdown of the industry by market size, rate of development, key companies, counties, product selections and application. The Digital Fitness Market Report delivers current state, openings, limits, drivers and also the evolution forecasts of the market by 2025. Profound investigation about Digital Fitness market standing, enterprise competition outline, welfares and drawbacks of enterprise stock, Digital Fitness industry development trends, regional industrial layout features and economics policies, industry News and Strategies by Regions has additionally been enclosed.
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In Regional Analysis, the Digital Fitness market is also categorised into North America, Europe, China, Japan, the middle East, India, South America, Others. North America, Europe is expected to account for a distinguished share, in terms of price and extent, of the Digital Fitness market throughout the forecast length. The Digital Fitness market within the Asia Pacific is projected to extend throughout the forecast period. Evolving markets that include China and Asian country are expected to play a significant position within the boom in producing the surrounding area.
Years considered for this report:
Historical Years: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Period: 2020-2025
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Digital Fitness market report provides in-depth data about company Profiles, Digital Fitness launching and Market Positioning, their Production, Value, Price, ratio and Target Customers. Research report contains data about following major players in Digital Fitness market, which strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyse their growth strategies and market segmentation:
Key players in the global Digital Fitness market covered in report:
● Garmin, Ltd ● Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd ● Casio ● Fitbit, Inc ● Adidas AG ● Huawei ● Fossil ● Xiaomi ● TicWatch ● Apple, Inc
On the basis of types, the Digital Fitness market from 2015 to 2025 is primarily split into:
● Smartwatches ● Fitness Wristbands ● Smart Clothing ● Smart Shoes ● Others
On the basis of applications, the Digital Fitness market from 2015 to 2025 covers:
● Fitness ● Sports
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Digital Fitness Market Report Scope:
The In-depth industry chain includes analysis value chain analysis, porter five forces model analysis and cost structure analysis. This Digital Fitness Market report describes present situation, historical background and future forecast. It Comprehensive data showing Digital Fitness sale, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years are provided. The Digital Fitness report indicates a wealth of information on Digital Fitness vendors. Digital Fitness Market forecast for next five years, including Market volumes and prices is also provided. Raw Material Supply and Downstream Consumer Information is also included.
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FRIDAY, Oct. 23, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Kids growing up in poverty show the effects of being poor as early as age 5 — especially those who are Black, a new study suggests.
The research adds to mounting evidence that children of Black parents who are also poor face greater health inequities than whites.
“Our findings underscore the pronounced racialized disparities for young children,” said lead author Dr. Neal Halfon, director of the Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities at the University of California, Los Angeles.
For the study, teachers administered a standardized test to measure physical, social, emotional and language development of kindergarteners in 98 school districts across the United States. More than 185,000 kids took the test from 2010 to 2017.
Analyzing the data, the researchers found that 30% of the poorest children were vulnerable in one or more areas of health development, compared with 17% of children from wealthier areas.
These differences in vulnerability varied among from different ethnic and racial groups. Black children were at the highest risk, followed by Hispanic children. Asian children were at the lowest risk.
The difference between Black children and white children was most striking at the higher socioeconomic levels and tended to narrow for kids from lower-income areas.
The disparities can have a profound effect on kids’ long-term development and lead to higher rates diabetes, heart disease, drug use, mental health disorders and dementia, the researchers said.
“Many other studies have highlighted patterns of income and racial inequality in health and educational outcomes. What this study shows is that these patterns of inequality are clearly evident and measurable before kids start school,” Halfon said in a university news release.
The findings were published in the October issue of the journal Health Affairs.
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