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In O'Kane et al.'s contribution to IJMH's previous issue, (1) a systematic typesetting error produced a displacement of data in 4 tables. Correct tables are reproduced in toto below.

(1) O'Kane, G.M., Craig, P., Black, D., & Thorpe, Ch. (2008). The Riverina Men's Study: Rural Australian men's barriers to healthy lifestyle habits. International Journal of Men's Health, 7(3), 237-254, Url: http://dx.doi.org/10.3149/jmh.0703.237

Table 3 (page 244)

Respondents' Cited Barriers to Maintaining a Healthy Diet in Descending Order of Preference (Percent Response)

Table 3 (page 244)
Respondents' Cited Barriers to Maintaining a Healthy Diet in
Descending Order of Preference (Percent Response)

Barrier                        Farmers   Non-     Not     Total
                                        farmers   stated
                               n = 86   n = 402   n = 41  N = 529

Lack of willpower/discipline    36.0     40.0      36.6     38.9
Lack time -busy lifestyle       13.9     27.9 *    12.1     24.4
Enjoy eating 'unhealthy food'   27.9     23.9      17.0     24.0
Eat what is put in front of
  you                           22.1     23.4      31.7     23.8
Shiftwork or long work hours    12.8     26.6 **   12.1     23.3
Tiredness                       17.4     23.4      19.5     22.1
Social encounters with food
  and drink                     23.3     22.1      19.5     22.1
Convenience of take-away food   17.4     20.4      19.5     19.8
Bad habits from upbringing/
  culture                       17.4     15.4      17.0     15.9
Difficulty finding healthy
  food options when away        10.5     15.7      24.3     15.5
Like to reward myself with
  food/alcohol                   8.1     16.9      17.0     15.5
Poor meal planning               5.8     14.9      14.6     13.4
Cost of healthy food options     7.0     14.1      17.0     13.2
Poor quality/flavour of
  'healthy' foods                9.3     10.0      19.5     10.6
Lack of knowledge of healthy
  food choices                   3.5     10.7      14.6      9.8

* p = 0.007 ** p = 0.006
Bonferroni correction: [alpha] < 0.0033

Table 4 (page 245)
Respondents' Cited Barriers to Take Part in Regular Physical Activity
in Descending Order of Preference (Percent Response)

Barrier                       Farmers    Non-     Not stated    Total
                                        farmers
                              n = 86    n = 402     n = 41     N = 529

Lack time/ poor time
  management                   40.7      46.0        17.0       42.9
Lack discipline/willpower      34.9      37.3        26.8       36.1
Tiredness                      27.9      27.6        24.3       27.4
Long hours in sedentary job    19.8      29.1        19.5       26.8
Lack of motivation/
  laziness                     18.6      28.9        19.5       26.5
Need relaxation time           25.6      19.7        26.8       21.2
Health problems                18.6      21.1        26.8       21.2
Extreme weather conditions     14.0      19.4        36.9       19.8
Family commitments             11.6      22.1        14.6       19.8
Get bored with exercise        19.8      13.4        14.6       14.6
Lack of company                 9. … 

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