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- 1Age Factors
- 1Cardiovascular Diseases/Embryology
- 1Chronic Disease/Epidemiology
- 1Aoyagi, Yukitoshi
- 1Bell, Rhonda C.
- 1Blair, Steven N.
- 1Craig, Cora L.
- 1Croteau, Karen A.
- 1De Bourdeaudhuij, Ilse
Adverse uterine environments experienced during fetal development can alter the projected growth pattern of various organs and systems of the body, leaving the offspring at an increased risk of metabolic disease. The thrifty phenotype hypothesis has been demonstrated as an alteration to the...
Rowe, David A., Tudor-Locke, Catrine, Hatano, Yoshiro, Schmidt, Michael D., Gardner, Andrew W., Croteau, Karen A., Ewald, Ben, Craig, Cora L., Rogers, Laura Q., Lutes, Lesley D., Bell, Rhonda C., Aoyagi, Yukitoshi, Ramirez-Marrero, Farah A., Tully, Mark A., Matsudo, Sandra M., Blair, Steven N., De Bourdeaudhuij, Ilse
Older adults and special populations (living with disability and/or chronic illness that may limit mobility and/or physical endurance) can benefit from practicing a more physically active lifestyle, typically by increasing ambulatory activity. Step counting devices (accelerometers and pedometers)...