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Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine

Creator:   ESSR Editor
Created:   10/14/2009
Contains:  16 items
Articles cover the influences of exercise status as a risk factor in disease. From Volume 28 (2000) to the current issue.

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Improving Self-Reports of Active and Sedentary Behaviors in Large Epidemiologic Studies

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Effects of Disability-Associated Low Energy Expenditure Deconditioning Syndrome

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Exercise in Chronic Disease: Physiological Research Needed

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Can Exercise Treat Eating Disorders?

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Physical Activity and Dementia: The Need for Prevention Trials

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Modest Exercise Prevents the Progressive Disease Associated with Physical Inactivity

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Randomized Controlled Trials of Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Prevention

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Obesity Prevention and Social Change: What Will It Take?

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Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Women: How Much Is Good Enough?

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Can A Physically Active Lifestyle Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?

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Physical Activity and Disease Prevention: Past, Present, and Future: A Personal Perspective

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Exercise Enhances and Protects Brain Function

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Exercise Interventions During Cancer Treatment: Biopsychosocial Outcomes

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Exercise and Atherogenesis

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Objective Measurement of Physical Activity in Youth: Current Issues, Future Directions

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Exercise Alone Is an Effective Strategy for Reducing Obesity and Related Comorbidities.

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