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.1123/jpah.7.s1.s67 Healthy Aging and Where You Live: Community Design Relationships With Physical Activity and Body Weight in Older Americans Lawrence Frank * Jacqueline Kerr * Dori Rosenberg * Abby King * 1 2010 7 s1 S82 S90 10.1123/jpah.7.s1.s82 The Intersection of Public Policy and Health

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-0103 Current Concepts in Healthy Aging and Physical Activity: A Viewpoint Guy El Hajj Boutros * José A. Morais * Antony D. Karelis * 1 10 2019 27 5 755 761 10.1123/japa.2018-0208 japa.2018-0208 The Effects of Statins on Physical Activity or Physical Fitness Among Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta

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Beatriz H. Thames and Stacey L. Gorniak

fingertips in a type II diabetes patient cohort previously evaluated by our lab. As such, the working hypothesis of the study is that type II diabetes patients will exhibit μ changes at the fingertips as compared to healthy age- and sex-matched controls. Methods Study Participants Ten (10) individuals with

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Marcus Colon, Andrew Hodgson, Eimear Donlon and James E.J. Murphy

highlight the importance of exercise and exercise intensity in healthy aging. TL has previously been shown to contribute to mortality in age-related diseases such as heart and infectious diseases ( Cawthon, Smith, O’Brien, Sivatchenko, & Kerber, 2003 ); these results show that exercise could represent a

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Rajni Rai, Michelle I. Jongenelis, Ben Jackson, Robert U. Newton and Simone Pettigrew

. Methods Study Design and Sample The present cross-sectional analysis is based on baseline data collected as part of a larger study designed to assess factors influencing healthy aging in older Australians ( Pettigrew, Jongenelis, Newton, Warburton, & Jackson, 2015 ). This study involved four components of

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Kristi A. Allain

attention to the kinds of tradition associated with the lives of aging men offers a social challenge to commonsense, often neo-liberal notions of health and healthy aging and may work to disrupt commonsense ideology that positions near constant activity and a will to health as the only appropriate way to

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Adrián Hernández-Vicente, Alejandro Santos-Lozano, Carmen Mayolas-Pi, Gabriel Rodríguez-Romo, Helios Pareja-Galeano, Natalia Bustamante, Eva M. Gómez-Trullén, Alejandro Lucia and Nuria Garatachea

The population of centenarians (≥100 years) is steadily increasing globally ( Byass, 2008 ) being the paradigm of human extreme longevity and healthy aging because they have postponed, if not avoided, major age-related diseases, for example, cancer, cardiovascular disease, or neurodegeneration

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Brian D. Street and William Gage

ability remain post-TKR compared with healthy age-matched controls. 1 , 6 Notably, asymmetrical gait patterns, such as sagittal plane knee kinematics and vertical loading at toe-off, have been observed in patients with OA, and this altered gait pattern is often retained after TKR. 7 – 10 It has been

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Ashleigh J. Sowle, Sarah L. Francis, Jennifer A. Margrett, Mack C. Shelley and Warren D. Franke

(NCOA) . ( 2014 ). Physical activity . Center for Healthy Aging . Retrieved from http://www.ncoa.org/improve-health/center-for-healthy-aging/physical-activity/ National Rural Health Association . ( 2011 ). Elder health in rural America . Retrieved from http

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Stephen Harvey, Chris Rissel and Mirjam Pijnappels

findings represent that those who have continued cycling have a good current physical and confidence status, at least in the Dutch population. Cycling could therefore be considered as a representation of active and healthy aging. The findings of this study need to be taken into consideration with the