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OBJECTIVE To prospectively investigate the relationship between physical activity and Parkinson disease (PD). METHODS We evaluated physical activity in relation to PD among 213,701 participants of the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study cohort. Physical activities over 4 periods (ages 15-18, 19-29, and 35-39, and in the past 10 years) were noted in 1996-1997,(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of an imagery training programme on the performance of a soccer task by skilled and novice players. An initial assessment of performance on the soccer task was undertaken, and then 22 skilled and 22 novice players were equally and randomly assigned to either a control or an experimental group. The(More)
Transcriptional activity of nuclear receptors (NRs) is influenced by a large number of coregulators that exert their actions predominantly at the transcription initiation step. Unlike most well-characterized NR coregulators, cofactor of BRCA1 (COBRA1), a subunit of the negative elongation factor (NELF), binds to estrogen receptor alpha (ERalpha) and(More)
Students majoring in communication arts will, in their area of concentration, understand the theories, principles, and history of communicating arts; demonstrate competency in written, oral, and visual communication skills; and demonstrate knowledge of the impact on society. Curriculum The Department offers a wide range of courses designed to meet the(More)
Students majoring in communication arts will, in their area of concentration, understand the theories, principles, and history of communicating arts; demonstrate compe-tency in written, oral, and visual communication skills; and demonstrate knowledge of the impact on society. Curriculum The Department offers a wide range of courses designed to meet the(More)
DIABETIC retinopathy is a common cause of blindness. The introduction of photo-coagulation treatment has stimulated interest in this condition and several well designed and properly controlled studies have shown that either xenon arc or argon laser photocoagulation therapy can arrest or delay the progression of diabetic retinopathy.1-7 This treatment is now(More)
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