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Note: Prior to July 1, 2007, the School of Public Health was named the College of Health & Human Performance.
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Exercise training-associated differences in circulating microRNAs and serum-induced endothelial cell migration rate (2015)Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) are the primary source of global mortality and morbidity. The initial steps of CVD development occur in the endothelium. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) have recently emerged as novel regulators of ...
(2015)Researchers have found food labels can be used to promote healthier food choices leading to improved nutrition and decreased risk of chronic disease (Silverglade and Heller, 2010 Drichoutis, Lazaridis, and Nayga, 2006; ...
THE INFLUENCE OF CONSCIOUS CONTROL OF MOVEMENT ON BRAIN PROCESSES AND THE QUALITY OF COGNITIVE-MOTOR PERFORMANCE (2015)The impact of mental stress on fine motor performance is typically maladaptive. The current research was conducted to investigate the manner by which state anxiety affects performance using a cognitive neuroscience ...
(2015)A rapidly accumulating body of literature points to fun as an important factor in the physical activity participation choices of children. Few studies, however, have conducted systematic, in-depth investigations into what ...
(2015)Public health officials have been giving increasing attention to, and making behavioral recommendations for, reducing obesity. Many authors attribute these behavioral recommendations to the ‘dominant obesity discourse,’ ...