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However, most empirical data concerning body image has been based on self-report or visual body size judgments, ... Previous literature has suggested that regular physical activity has beneficial effects on thephysical health of the ...

Author: Katrin Giel

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889638949



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2020-07-28 By Katrin Giel

For colorectal cancer, increased levels of physical activity are associated with reduced cancer-specific mortality and ... of the studies tested aerobic exercise interventions or aerobic exercise combined with other exercise modalities.

Author: Lewis E. Foxhall

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781493909865

Category: Medical

Page: 460

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This volume presents the MD Anderson experience in providing care and services to the rapidly growing population of cancer survivors, which is currently estimated to be 12 million in the United States and more than 25 million worldwide. As cancer survival rates have increased, it has slowly become clear that the challenges faced by people with cancer do not end with treatment but simply change. This book aims to assist community oncologists, physicians, and their staff, who care for the vast majority of cancer survivors, by disseminating models of surveillance for disease recurrence, screening for second primary cancers, education regarding potential late effects of treatment, and psychosocial counseling. These models have proven valuable to cancer survivors who receive care at MD Anderson.
2014-10-11 By Lewis E. Foxhall

CMAJ 1998 Dec 1 ; Jan ; 38 ( 1 ) : 40-7 Influence of female body images in printed advertising or 159 ( 11 ) : 1359-65 ... to three breast cancer education and bone densitometry ( see comments ] 47 ( 5 ) : 227-34 screening modalities .



ISBN: OSU:32436010790259

Category: Medicine


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Pollock M L, Graves J E, Bamman MM 1993 Frequency and volume of resistance training: effect on cervical extension strength ... P et al 1996 The influence of short-term aerobic training on blood lipids in healthy 10–12 year old children.

Author: Gregory S. Kolt

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780443103513

Category: Medical

Page: 622

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Provides a comprehensive source of the latest evidence based approaches to the assessment, management, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries related to sport and exercise. G Kolt, University Western Syd, Australia.
2007 By Gregory S. Kolt

Selection criteria required a score of at least 1.5 standard deviations below the normative mean on the Multidimensional ... The exercise treatment consisted of body-image and exercise education, low-impact aerobics emphasizing ...

Author: Michel Hersen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781489915283

Category: Psychology

Page: 720

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Here is a practical reference offering mental health professionals 16 state-of-the-art methods for treating a variety of problems presented by outpatient and inpatient adult clients. Supported by ample clinical illustrations, each chapter offers sufficient information so that the respective methods can be replicated. Problems include obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, schizophrenia, and obesity. The book also examines contemporary issues of accountability in treatment. This handbook meets the needs of psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, social workers, rehabilitation specialists, and graduate students.
2013-11-11 By Michel Hersen

TC declined further 10–13 mg % during the 30 - wk training periods with little effect of training modality . ... of the benefit of aerobic training is due to the contributions of such training regimens on reductions in body fat levels ...

Author: Ira Wolinsky

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849385601

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 704

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The third edition of Nutrition in Exercise and Sport has been updated and expanded to include the latest developments in the field. This third edition of a bestseller among sports nutrition and health professionals now fully discusses the role of exercise and nutrition in both wellness and in disease prevention. In addition, new chapters on the history of sports nutrition, antioxidants, vegetarianism, the young athlete, the older athlete, the diabetic athlete, the physically disabled athlete, sports specific nutrient requirements, and body composition changes have been added. Top sports nutrition practitioners and exercise scientists have contributed chapters that provide practical nutritional guidelines for those engaged in various types of physical performance. This book is a one-volume library on sports nutrition for research scientists in applied sports nutrition, dietitians, exercise physiologists, sports medicine physicians, coaches, trainers, athletes, and nutritionists. The first two editions of this book have been widely used in sports nutrition courses. Nutrition in Exercise and Sport is the standard in the field.
1997-10-22 By Ira Wolinsky

Two widely cited studies on the chronic effects of breathing exercises in water suggested that pulmonary patients ... Obese patients may also be uncomfortable with exercising in water because of low self-efficacy and body image issues.

Author: James M. Rippe

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412950237

Category: Medical

Page: 1243

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These three volumes sort out the science behind nightly news reports and magazine cover stories, and help define the interdisciplinary field of lifestyle medicine and health.
2011-12-08 By James M. Rippe




ISBN: UVA:X004282710

Category: Dissertations, Academic


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1984 By

Skin Adipose tissue (fat) Muscle tissue Selected Detrimental Effects from ... and the CDC have offered strong support of strength - training as an exercise modality to promote overall health , prevent disease , and decrease the risk for ...

Author: Wener W.K. Hoeger

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780357447482

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 608

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Take control of your personal well-being with LIFETIME PHYSICAL FITNESS & WELLNESS, 16th Edition. The book shows you how to assess your current behaviors, identify potential problem areas and apply practical steps to start positive changes. Real life stories from other students bring chapter concepts to life. Additionally, hands-on activities help you assess your fitness and wellness level and put chapter concepts into personal practice. Online resources reinforce key concepts through behavior modification planning activities, practice tests, online activities and labs, and a behavior change planner. Empower yourself to make positive changes and improve your health with LIFETIME PHYSICAL FITNESS & WELLNESS. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
2021-02-01 By Wener W.K. Hoeger

14.2.2 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Exercise promotes sexual health over the short and long terms. ... and supports nitric oxide bioavailability.57,60–62 Body image is also generally more positive in those who exercise regularly.34 Self-reported ...

Author: Michelle Tollefson

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000472493

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 520

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There is renewed interest in lifestyle medicine – the focus on food, physical activity, stress management, high-quality connections, restorative sleep, and avoidance of toxic substances – in the prevention, treatment, and sometimes reversal of chronic disease, but very little information exists on its application for improving specific women’s health issues across the lifespan. Consequently, there is a growing need among health professionals who care for women for a textbook that addresses evidence-based lifestyle solutions to manage the health challenges they face every day in their offices. This book begins with a review of the fundamentals of Lifestyle Medicine through the lens of a woman’s lifespan. It provides information about lifestyle interventions to improve gynecologic and sexual health and to manage and sometimes reverse gynecologic diseases. It clarifies the importance of lifestyle and behaviors before and during pregnancy to address infertility, reduce adverse pregnancy outcomes, and to lower non-communicable diseases in children along with emerging epigenetic evidence. The use of Lifestyle Medicine to prevent and manage breast and gynecologic cancers, enhance health as part of cancer survivorship, and decrease the risk or reduce many of the symptoms and diseases experienced during menopause including vasomotor symptoms and osteoporosis are also discussed. Additionally, the text covers cardiovascular disease, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, dementia and mental health from the perspective of gender specific differences. This book provides practical resources on implementing the components of lifestyle medicine. Some of the topics covered include models of care for women and families, reimbursement, health coaching and behavioral change, community engagement and health equity for under-resourced settings. The electronic version of the book presents supplemental material featuring in-depth reading, as well as online and digital resources for implementing Lifestyle Medicine. The book is an evidence-based source of information on women’s health issues for health professionals already practicing lifestyle medicine, as well as an entry level textbook for those new to the field of lifestyle medicine. The collective expertise of each of the editors along with content provided by leaders within the American College of Lifestyle Medicine fills a much-needed void within the specialty of Lifestyle Medicine and is for providers of women’s health globally. Features: ● Provides a basic overview of Lifestyle Medicine (nutrient-rich diet, exercise, stress resilience, sleep, and high-quality connections) in the care of women across the lifespan. ● Provides lifestyle-focused treatment recommendations for specific women health issues. ● Includes strategies for implementing Lifestyle Medicine with vulnerable populations and in communities. ● Summarizes key points at the close of each chapter and includes supplemental material with in-depth reading. ● Features additional resources for implementing lifestyle medicine into practice. "This women's health book is evidence based and comprehensive. There is nothing like it. Women need up to date information about physical activity, nutrition, sleep, stress resilience, social connection and substance use. In addition, there is a desire to better understand the power of these pillars throughout a woman's life including pregnancy, menopause and the golden years. This book fills that need." Elizabeth Pegg Frates, MD, DipABLM, FACLM, President Elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine "Healthy aging begins at pre-conception. Evidence overwhelmingly shows that it’s we women who—through our lifestyle behavior choices—can take far greater control of our own health destinies, as well as the health destinies of our children and generations to come. We cannot underestimate the power of what we eat, how we move, and what we think in regard to our optimal health or lack thereof. This book is a must-read for all medical professionals!" Susan Benigas, Executive Director of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine Lifestyle Medicine is the science of taking core principles and customizing how they're applied to each individual and each situation to achieve positive health behavior change. This book sets the evidence based foundation for how that process happens, and why it needs to happen, with the most important segment of health consumers - women. It is the next for all who are passionate about changing how health care is delivered." Wayne S. Dysinger, MD, MPH, Physician, Founder and Chair, Lifestyle Medical “Lifestyle factors have a powerful role in chronic disease prevention, underscoring the profound control we have over our health. Improving Women’s Health Across the Lifespan applies lifestyle medicine to women’s health, empowering women and their clinicians with the tools to transform their lives, and fostering a legacy of health for future generations.” JoAnn E. Manson, MD, MPH, DrPH, Professor of Medicine and the Michael and Lee Bell Professor of Women's Health, Harvard Medical School Chief, Division of Preventive Medicine Brigham and Women's Hospital, Professor, Harvard Chan School of Public Health
2021-10-24 By Michelle Tollefson