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Faye Prior, Margaret Coffey, Anna Robins and Penny Cook

, systematic reviews have found no consistent evidence of an increase in PA following participation in an ERS, or an improvement in outcomes such as body mass index (BMI), blood pressure (BP), or psychological well-being. 6 , 9 However, reviews have been based on a small number of randomized controlled trials

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Shirley M. Bluethmann, Wayne Foo, Renate M. Winkels, Scherezade K. Mama and Kathryn H. Schmitz

/ethnicity, age group, marital status, and educational status) and behavioral/clinical risk factors (e.g., multimorbidity, perceived disability, body mass index [BMI]). In consideration of age-related subgroups, the youngest age group (45–54 years) was used as the reference group in regression models to compare

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Kimberlee A. Gretebeck, Caroline S. Blaum, Tisha Moore, Roger Brown, Andrzej Galecki, Debra Strasburg, Shu Chen and Neil B. Alexander

duration of each activity (in hours per week) and summed across all pertinent activities. The specific metabolic equivalent value for each of the 28 activities can be found in Stewart et al. 17 Secondary metabolic outcome measures included body mass index (BMI), fasting glucose, insulin, lipids, and HbA 1

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Mirko Brandes, Berit Steenbock and Norman Wirsik

measurement were approached and asked for verbal agreement. Only if the children agreed, they were included in the study. The final study population comprised 42 apparently healthy, white children aged 4.8 (0.8) years, with an average height of 115 (8) cm, weight of 20.2 (4.2) kg, and body mass index of 15

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Michael J. LaMonte, I-Min Lee, Eileen Rillamas-Sun, John Bellettiere, Kelly R. Evenson, David M. Buchner, Chongzhi Di, Cora E. Lewis, Dori E. Rosenberg, Marcia L. Stefanick and Andrea Z. LaCroix

measures are, overall and according to participant age, race/ethnicity, body mass index, and physical functioning level; and (3) whether associations with prevalence of poor health status is similar for questionnaire and device measures, after adjusting for potential confounding factors. Methods Study

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Christina A. Geithner, Claire E. Molenaar, Tommy Henriksson, Anncristine Fjellman-Wiklund and Kajsa Gilenstam

considered in a few (multiple measurements: Geithner et al., 2006 ; body mass only: Ransdell & Murray, 2011 ; Ransdell, Murray, & Gao, 2013 ), and none of these considered chronological age, maturity status, or body size as contributors to RAEs. Understanding the maturity status of adult female athletes

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Mynor Rodriguez-Hernandez, Jeffrey S. Martin, David D. Pascoe, Michael D. Roberts and Danielle W. Wadsworth

. Recruitment occurred through local advertising, university websites, social media, and study flyers posted on public bulletin boards. Participants participated in this study if they were females between 19 and 55 years old, had a body mass index >30 kg/m 2 , were not involved in any structured physical

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Courteney L. Benjamin, William M. Adams, Ryan M. Curtis, Yasuki Sekiguchi, Gabrielle E.W. Giersch and Douglas J. Casa

[ M ] age = 19 years, standard deviation [ SD ] age = 1 year; M [ SD ] body mass = 58.8 [9.6] kg; M [ SD ] height = 168.4 [7.7] cm; M [ SD ] VO 2max  = 53.6 [5.6] mL·kg −1 ·min −1 ) participated in this study, which took place during the 2016 NCAA cross-country season (August–December) in the

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Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Cheri A. Levinson

Restrictive Food Intake Disorder; Rumination = Rumination Disorder; LOS = Length of Stay in days for the total number of days in either residential and/or partial hospitalization programming; admit BMI = Admission Body Mass Index. Procedures This study was approved by the Institutional Review Board at

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Xiaolin Yang, Irinja Lounassalo, Anna Kankaanpää, Mirja Hirvensalo, Suvi P. Rovio, Asko Tolvanen, Stuart J.H. Biddle, Harri Helajärvi, Sanna H. Palomäki, Kasper Salin, Nina Hutri-Kähönen, Olli T. Raitakari and Tuija H. Tammelin

-time trajectory classes, and (3) to examine gender differences in such associations with taking into account age, education, body mass index (BMI), and smoking. Methods Participants The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study is an ongoing longitudinal population-based study consisting of 6 cohorts born in 1962