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Formulation of evidence-based messages to promote the use of physical activity to prevent and manage Alzheimer’s disease
(Springer Nature, 2017-02-17)
The impending public health impact of Alzheimer’s disease is tremendous. Physical activity is a promising intervention for preventing and managing Alzheimer’s disease. However, there is a lack of evidence-based public ...
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 ...
The Effect of Combined Resistance and Cognitive Training on Cognitive Function in Older Adults
Older adults who stay physically and mentally active appear to have better cognitive function compared to their less active counterparts. In fact, those who perform either regular exercise or cognitive training (CT) can ...