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MAGALHÃES-NETO, ANÍBAL M.

Caffeine Decreases Systemic Urea in Elite Soccer Players during Intermittent Exercise

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MANDERS, RALPH J. F.

Exercise and 24-h Glycemic Control: Equal Effects for All Type 2 Diabetes Patients?

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MARTINI, DOUGLAS

Subconcussive Head Impact Biomechanics: Comparing Differing Offensive Schemes

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MASON, CAITLIN

Influence of Diet, Exercise, and Serum Vitamin D on Sarcopenia in Postmenopausal Women

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MCALLISTER, THOMAS W.

Head Impact Exposure Sustained by Football Players on Days of Diagnosed Concussion

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Timing of Concussion Diagnosis Is Related to Head Impact Exposure Prior to Injury

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MCCRINDLE, BRIAN W.

Enhanced Physiology for Submaximal Exercise in Children after the Fontan Procedure

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MCTIERNAN, ANNE

Influence of Diet, Exercise, and Serum Vitamin D on Sarcopenia in Postmenopausal Women

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MECHELEN, WILLEM VAN

Exercise and 24-h Glycemic Control: Equal Effects for All Type 2 Diabetes Patients?

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MIHALIK, JASON P.

Head Impact Exposure Sustained by Football Players on Days of Diagnosed Concussion

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Timing of Concussion Diagnosis Is Related to Head Impact Exposure Prior to Injury

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MUZA, STEPHEN R.

Predictive Models of Acute Mountain Sickness after Rapid Ascent to Various Altitudes

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