Exercise and Cardiovascular Disease: a Gender Difference
Chapter in Exercise and Disease, edited by Ronald R. Watson and Marianne Eisinger.
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Begins a series exploring aspects of nutrition and exercise, including sport, for researchers, physicians, and a broad range of health-care providers and people involved in exercise or sport, either professionally or recreationally. The 11 studies include discussions of the role of physical activity in the development of childhood obesity, short-term exercise and immune function, and the psychological effects of exercise for disease resistance and health promotion. No specialized knowledge in any field is assumed. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc.
Exercise, physiology, preventive medicine
Scott, Christopher B. PhD, "Exercise and Cardiovascular Disease: a Gender Difference" (1992). Faculty and Staff Books. 301.