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Stéphanie Turgeon, Kelsey Kendellen, Sara Kramers, Scott Rathwell and Martin Camiré

Sport is one of the most popular extracurricular activities for high school students in Canada and the United States. In Canada, high school sports are practiced by over 750,000 student-athletes throughout the country ( School Sport Canada, 2018 ). In the United States, high school sport

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Chad M. Killian, Kim C. Graber and Ben D. Kern

/not applicable to regularly ) when recruiting high school students into your PETE program. Perceived Effectiveness Extent Used Speak directly to high school students in their physical education classes Not effective at all (1) . . . Extremely effective (6) Never/Not Applicable (1) . . . Regularly (6) Host

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Journal website: Author website: Healthy Concession Stand Options Have Positive Effects on High School Students’ Satisfaction and Sales Schools are considered to be an important focus for

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Peter T. Katzmarzyk, Kara D. Denstel, Kim Beals, Jordan Carlson, Scott E. Crouter, Thomas L. McKenzie, Russell R. Pate, Susan B. Sisson, Amanda E. Staiano, Heidi Stanish, Dianne S. Ward, Melicia Whitt-Glover and Carly Wright

Approximately 54% of high school students reported playing on at least one sports team in the previous year (2017 YRBSS). Approximately 56% and 50% of 6-12 year old children reported playing a team sport (organized or unorganized) or an individual sport, respectively, at least once a year (State of Play 2017

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Michael J. Diacin

customer traffic using the facility on a daily basis. – Description of the management and support staff (e.g., titles, credentials, demographics, high school students, senior citizens, etc.). b. Employment conditions/hiring procedures – Employment arrangement for managerial and support staff (e.g., at will

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Dan Nemet

with numerous comorbidities and pathophysiologic processes, including insulin resistance, altered lipid metabolism, and endothelial dysfunction. Recently, Wiklund et al ( 8 ) demonstrated high prevalence (42%) of NWO among 18-year-old Icelandic high-school students. They also found that children and

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With Wearing Physical Activity Accelerometers in High School Students John R. Sirard * Megan E. Slater * 1 2009 6 s1 S148 S155 10.1123/jpah.6.s1.s148 jpah Journal of Physical Activity and Health 1543-3080 1543-5474 1 2009 6 s1 10.1123/jpah.2009.6.issue-s1 Physical Activity Surveillance and

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Yang Bai, Kelly Allums-Featherston, Pedro F. Saint-Maurice, Gregory J. Welk and Norma Candelaria

facilitate interpretation, we combined 4th and 5th graders to reflect elementary school, 6th–8th grades for middle school, and 9th–12th grades to reflect high school students. Data Analysis Mean ( SD ) of PA, SB, and enjoyment were calculated separately by gender and grade level. Bivariate correlations were

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Gary Allen, Kristy Smith, Brady Tripp, Jason Zaremski and Seth Smith

subpopulations. 3 While the numerous benefits of exercise are well-established, exercise also serves as a principal trigger for SCD. In high school student-athletes, the risk of SCD is nearly four times greater than for nonathletes. 13 The best estimate of the incidence of SCD in athletes with anomalous

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Xihe Zhu and Justin A. Haegele

health-related fitness knowledge among elementary-aged students is scarce, these findings do align with findings among short intervention studies ( Hodges et al., 2016 ), yet they are different from a report on high school students’ knowledge, where girls outperformed boys ( Ayers, 2004 ). Among school