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Functional Benefits Of Hard Martial Arts For Older Adults: A Scoping Review, Ian Miller, Mike Climstein, Luke Del Vecchio 2022 Southern Cross University

Functional Benefits Of Hard Martial Arts For Older Adults: A Scoping Review, Ian Miller, Mike Climstein, Luke Del Vecchio

International Journal of Exercise Science

International Journal of Exercise Science 15(3): 1430-1443, 2022. The present scoping review focused upon the functional benefits of hard martial arts training for older adults. The AXIS Critical Appraisal Tool was used to appraise all studies included in the review. A systematic literature search identified 265 papers via electronic database and ten papers from additional sources. Of these, six studies featuring 240 participants were included in the final scoping review. Of the included studies, three were randomized control trials and three were comparative studies with concurrent controls. The available studies outlined improvements in functional fitness parameters for older adults participating …


The Association Of Field Test Outcomes With Peak Oxygen Uptake In Patients With Cystic Fibrosis: A Systematic Review, Natália E. Campos, Fernanda M. Vendrusculo, Gisele A. da Costa, Ingrid S. de Almeida, Nicolas A. Becker, Márcio V F Donadio 2022 Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

The Association Of Field Test Outcomes With Peak Oxygen Uptake In Patients With Cystic Fibrosis: A Systematic Review, Natália E. Campos, Fernanda M. Vendrusculo, Gisele A. Da Costa, Ingrid S. De Almeida, Nicolas A. Becker, Márcio V F Donadio

International Journal of Exercise Science

International Journal of Exercise Science 15(3): 1381-1394, 2022. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the association of field test outcomes with peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) and to describe the main prediction equations available. Data searches were performed in five databases (Pubmed, Embase, LILACs, Scopus and Web of Science) and also in the reference lists of articles included. The following inclusion criteria were used: studies including individuals with CF, presenting both a field test and a cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), and describing a predictive equation or coefficient of correlation/determination. Case studies, …


The Immune System: Arthritis, Melanie Cuenca '23, Rylie Bozarth '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

The Immune System: Arthritis, Melanie Cuenca '23, Rylie Bozarth '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Graphic Novel, Maya Sanchez 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Graphic Novel, Maya Sanchez

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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The Digestive System, Elle Brittin '23, Gwen Olney '24 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

The Digestive System, Elle Brittin '23, Gwen Olney '24

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Hashimoto's Disease, Madilyn Bulfer, Yareli Marinez, Halimat Sanusi 2022 Illinois Math and Science Academy

Hashimoto's Disease, Madilyn Bulfer, Yareli Marinez, Halimat Sanusi

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Bell's Palsy, Munachiso Onwuameze '24, Destiny Grant '23, Kosi Okeke '24 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Bell's Palsy, Munachiso Onwuameze '24, Destiny Grant '23, Kosi Okeke '24

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Reproductive System, Elle Brittin '23, Gwen Olney '24, Lily Powell '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Reproductive System, Elle Brittin '23, Gwen Olney '24, Lily Powell '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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The Skeletal System – Osteoporosis, Melanie Cuenca '23, Rylie Bozarth '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

The Skeletal System – Osteoporosis, Melanie Cuenca '23, Rylie Bozarth '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Asthma / Pneunomia / Cystic Acne / Eczema, Gabi Pride '24, Clarissa Gonzalez '24 2022 Illinois Math and Science Academy

Asthma / Pneunomia / Cystic Acne / Eczema, Gabi Pride '24, Clarissa Gonzalez '24

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Chicken Pox, Ela Gadi '23, Braeden Cullen '23, Madhav Hota '24, Alan James Anterola, Kenith Taukolo '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Chicken Pox, Ela Gadi '23, Braeden Cullen '23, Madhav Hota '24, Alan James Anterola, Kenith Taukolo '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Asthma, Sophia Syed '23, Grace Daum '23, Shanan Riley '23, Liz Carlson '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Asthma, Sophia Syed '23, Grace Daum '23, Shanan Riley '23, Liz Carlson '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Pneumonia, Munachiso Onwuameze '24, Kosi Okeke '24, Destiny Grant '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Pneumonia, Munachiso Onwuameze '24, Kosi Okeke '24, Destiny Grant '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

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Comparison Of Spine–Pelvis Kinematics Variability During Sit-To-Stand And Stand-To-Sit In People With & Without Chronic Low Back Pain: A Vector Coding And Statistical Parametric Mapping Approach, Narges Jangjoo, Elham Alijanpour, Saeid Khodabakhsh, Seyed Sadredin Shojaedin, Roozbeh Naemi 2022 Kharazmi University

Comparison Of Spine–Pelvis Kinematics Variability During Sit-To-Stand And Stand-To-Sit In People With & Without Chronic Low Back Pain: A Vector Coding And Statistical Parametric Mapping Approach, Narges Jangjoo, Elham Alijanpour, Saeid Khodabakhsh, Seyed Sadredin Shojaedin, Roozbeh Naemi

Rehabilitation Sciences Faculty Publications

There is evidence in the literature to suggest that low back pain may change spine–pelvis coordination during activities of daily living. This study aimed to compare the variability of the spine– pelvis coordination during sit-to-stand in people with and without LBP. Ten healthy individuals with a history of LBP and ten individuals without history of LBP participated in this study. Three-dimensional kinematic data of the upper trunk (UT), lower trunk (LT), lower back (LB), and pelvis segments during sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit were recorded using a multi-segmental spine and pelvis models using a motion capture system. The coordination patterns and the …


Diabetes, Alan James Anterola, Kenith Taukolo '23, Braeden Cullen '23, Madhav Hota '24, Ela Gadi '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Diabetes, Alan James Anterola, Kenith Taukolo '23, Braeden Cullen '23, Madhav Hota '24, Ela Gadi '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

No abstract provided.


Peptic Ulcer, Shanan Riley '23, Grace Daum '23, Sophia Syed '23, Elizabeth Carlson '23 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Peptic Ulcer, Shanan Riley '23, Grace Daum '23, Sophia Syed '23, Elizabeth Carlson '23

Human Diseases Graphic Novels

No abstract provided.


Four Weeks Of Hericium Erinaceus Supplementation Does Not Impact Markers Of Metabolic Flexibility Or Cognition, Corey Grozier, Victor Alves, Lauren Killen, Eric O'Neal, Jeffrey Simpson, Hunter Waldman 2022 University of North Alabama

Four Weeks Of Hericium Erinaceus Supplementation Does Not Impact Markers Of Metabolic Flexibility Or Cognition, Corey Grozier, Victor Alves, Lauren Killen, Eric O'Neal, Jeffrey Simpson, Hunter Waldman

International Journal of Exercise Science

International Journal of Exercise Science 15(2): 1366-1380, 2022. Hericium erinaceus (HE), also known as Lion’s Mane mushroom, has been found to enhance cognition and metabolic flexibility in various animal models. To date however, only four studies exist in humans and none have evaluated the effects of HE on markers of metabolic flexibility or cognitive performance. A single-blind, placebo controlled, parallel-longitudinal study was used to determine the effects of HE on markers of metabolic flexibility and cognition. Twenty-four participants completed a graded exercise test on a cycle ergometer to analyze substrate oxidation rates and markers of cardiorespiratory fitness. Additionally, two dual-task …


Global Education In Anatomy And Physiology During Covid-19: Lessons Learnt And Future Recommendations, Sean Mahajan, Sneh Patel, Santanu De 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Global Education In Anatomy And Physiology During Covid-19: Lessons Learnt And Future Recommendations, Sean Mahajan, Sneh Patel, Santanu De

Trick to the Treat of Internships and Research

The Coronavirus Infectious Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted several essential aspects of anatomy and physiology education worldwide. With this pandemic, dynamic instructional and technological interventions have been taking place rapidly in an effort to minimize the adverse repercussions of moving away from the traditional means of education in these critical scientific disciplines. COVID-19 has necessitated higher educational administrations, faculty, and students to pursue teaching, learning, and assessment of anatomy and physiology courses/curricula through innovative strategies without compromising on the quality or rigor of education. Our study encapsulates, for the first time, globally published reports on the key implications of …


Global Research In Anatomy And Physiology During Covid-19: Lessons Learnt And Future Recommendations, Harsh Chheda, Jeet Patel, Santanu De 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Global Research In Anatomy And Physiology During Covid-19: Lessons Learnt And Future Recommendations, Harsh Chheda, Jeet Patel, Santanu De

Trick to the Treat of Internships and Research

The ongoing Coronavirus Infectious Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused a significant disruption in several areas of research within the fields of Anatomy and Physiology. With the whole world coming to a standstill, research of any kind was difficult to pursue, especially in these disciplines requiring kinesthetic/tactile application of concepts or testing hypotheses through hands-on engagement, as the new social guidelines and risks to certain groups of people hindered up-to-date research-data collection. However, with new technology and protocols created or adopted, there has been an effort to better help students and scientists to conduct research remotely; such alternatives cannot effectively …


Flexible Phenotypes, Energetics, And Whole-Animal Performance Of Migratory Songbirds, Michael Griego 2022 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Flexible Phenotypes, Energetics, And Whole-Animal Performance Of Migratory Songbirds, Michael Griego

Doctoral Dissertations

Animal life has evolved innumerable strategies to adapt to a great range of environmental conditions present on earth. The physiology of free-living animals has thus been shaped to allow for maximal performance under challenging conditions and has given rise to traits that enable animals to overcome daunting ecological pressures. Few life history stages in the animal kingdom rival the intensity of annual avian migration: the extreme metabolic requirements of long-distance flight coupled with navigating vast and hostile ecological barriers results in enormously high mortality for young birds. It is therefore the main focus of this thesis to identify physiological traits …


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