Physical exercise, fitness and dietary pattern and their relationship with circadian blood pressure pattern, augmentation index and endothelial dysfunction biological markers: EVIDENT study protocol
- Sedentary Behavior, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Physical Activity, and Cardiometabolic Risk in Men: The Cooper Center Longitudinal Study. Shuval, Kerem; Finley, Carrie E.; Barlow, Carolyn E.; Gabriel, Kelley Pettee; Leonard, David; Kohl III, Harold W. // Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Aug2014, Vol. 89 Issue 8, p1052
Objective To examine the association between sedentary behavior and cardiometabolic risk, while taking into account cardiorespiratory fitness (fitness) and physical activity. Participants and Methods We examined the association of sedentary behavior, physical activity, and fitness (exposure...
- Objective vs. Self-Reported Physical Activity and Sedentary Time: Effects of Measurement Method on Relationships with Risk Biomarkers. Celis-Morales, Carlos A.; Perez-Bravo, Francisco; Ibañez, Luis; Salas, Carlos; Bailey, Mark E. S.; Gill, Jason M. R. // PLoS ONE;May2012, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p1
Purpose: Imprecise measurement of physical activity variables might attenuate estimates of the beneficial effects of activity on health-related outcomes. We aimed to compare the cardiometabolic risk factor dose-response relationships for physical activity and sedentary behaviour between...
- Entrenamiento continuo e intervÃ¡lico sobre el fitness cardiovascular en mujeres sedentarias. Bonilla Briceño, Javier Fernando; Moreno Zabaleta, Johana Catherine // Revista Ciencias de la Salud;ene-abr2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p31
The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate if the intervallic exercise near to the maximum of intensity in a similar fitness population and in women is more effective to improve aerobic capacity than the continuous one of smaller intensity. In order to do it, ten healthy women between 18...
- The Chairman's Curse: Lethal Sitting. Levine, James A. // Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Aug2014, Vol. 89 Issue 8, p1030
The article discusses papers published within the issue, including one on the link between low physical fitness and sedentariness, and another on predicting cardiometabolic risk by sedentariness.
- In this Issue. // Kidney International;Mar2008, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p663
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one on blood pressure control during dialysis and another on the identification of a new biomarker.
- High Blood Pressure--A Growing Problem Among U.S. Children... // Child Health Alert;Nov2004, Vol. 22, p3
Discusses a study on the occurrence of high blood pressure among children in the U.S. Findings of the study; Discussion of the epidemic of obesity in the U.S.; Suggestions for improving the diet of children and encouraging them in physical activities.
- The Effects of Lifestyle Changes on Long-Term Blood Pressure Control. Elmer, P. J.; Obarzanek, E.; Vollmer, W. M.; Simons-Morton, D.; Stevens, V. J.; Young, D. Rohm; Lin, P. -H.; Champagne, C.; Harsha, D. W.; Svetkey, L. P.; Ard, J.; Brantley, P. J.; Proschan, M. A.; Erlinger, T. P.; Appel, L. J. // Annals of Internal Medicine;4/4/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 7, pI27
The article discusses how lifestyle changes influence the long-term blood pressure control. Exercising and health diet are important for treating chronic disease like diabetes, high cholesterol, and hypertension. Blood pressure can be reduced by lifestyle changes. Researchers have found that...
- The Relationship Between Lifestyle Variables, Blood Pressure and Dietary Habits of Male Adult Miners in Ghana. Newlove, Afoakwah A.; Owusu, W. B.; Charles, Adomako // Asian Journal of Clinical Nutrition;2012, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p98
Hypertension is a major public health problem in both the developed and the developing world and it is mostly associated among individuals, who indulge in unhealthy lifestyles and certain dietary habits. The study was a cross-sectional, involving 320 male miners in the Obuasi municipality. The...
- Health and fitness of young people: what is the role of sport? // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Sep2011, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p837
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue including one on the levels of fitness and physical activity in young people, another about the health risk of physical inactivity, and one about school-based interventions.