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Effect of acute exercise on whole body fat oxidation: contributions of abdominal subcutaneous adipose tissue
In consideration of the rising prevalence of obesity and its effect on metabolic health and disease, this study was conducted to examine mechanisms involved in adipose tissue function following an acute bout of exercise ...
Do Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Abdominal Obesity Mediate the Exercise-Induced Change in Insulin Sensitivity in Older Adults?
Aging is associated with increased insulin resistance, a condition in which the tissue response to insulin-stimulated glucose uptake is reduced. Insulin resistance is a strong predictor of disease and mortality. Aging is ...
Clinical and Experimental Evidence for the Pathological Mechanisms Underlying Aspects of Sexual Dysfunction: Impact of Adiposity and Chronic Kidney Disease
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and erectile dysfunction (ED) have common etiologies, such as increased adiposity and chronic diseases. Incident ED is known to be a sentinel of CVD, providing a unique opportunity for early ...
Oxygen Delivery Challenges of Maximal Exercise and Initial Orthostatic Hypotension
The ability to exercise for more than a short period requires energy to be supplied by using oxygen (aerobic energy supply). How quickly we can supply energy depends on how much oxygen we can deliver to muscles. Similarly, ...