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Exercise improves executive function and achievement and alters brain activation in overweight children: a randomized, controlled trial.
- C. Davis, P. Tomporowski, +5 authors J. Naglieri
- Psychology, Medicine
- Health psychology : official journal of the…
OBJECTIVE This experiment tested the hypothesis that exercise would improve executive function. DESIGN Sedentary, overweight 7- to 11-year-old children (N = 171, 56% girls, 61% Black, M ± SD age =… Expand
Exercise and Children’s Intelligence, Cognition, and Academic Achievement
- P. Tomporowski, C. Davis, P. Miller, J. Naglieri
- Psychology, Medicine
- Educational psychology review
- 1 June 2008
Studies that examine the effects of exercise on children’s intelligence, cognition, or academic achievement were reviewed and results were discussed in light of (a) contemporary cognitive theory… Expand
Effects of aerobic exercise on overweight children's cognitive functioning: a randomized controlled trial.
- C. Davis, P. Tomporowski, +4 authors Mathew Gregoski
- Research quarterly for exercise and sport
- 1 May 2006
The study tested the effect of aerobic exercise training on executive function in overweight children. Ninety-four sedentary, overweight but otherwise healthy children (mean age = 9.2 years, body… Expand
Ten Months of Exercise Improves General and Visceral Adiposity, Bone, and Fitness in Black Girls
Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate the impact of a 10‐month after‐school physical activity (PA) program on body composition and cardiovascular (CV) fitness in young black girls.
Fitness, fatness, cognition, behavior, and academic achievement among overweight children: do cross-sectional associations correspond to exercise trial outcomes?
BACKGROUND This study examined associations of fitness and fatness with cognitive processes, academic achievement, and behavior, independent of demographic factors, at the baseline of an exercise… Expand
Risk factors and mortality associated with calciphylaxis in end-stage renal disease.
BACKGROUND We conducted a case control study to determine risk factors and mortality associated with calciphylaxis in end-stage renal disease. METHODS Cases of calciphylaxis diagnosed between… Expand
Disordered Eating Behavior in Individuals With Diabetes
This review was conducted to examine disordered eating behavior (DEB), including diagnosable eating disorders, in the context of diabetes. The use of criteria and assessment methods standardized on… Expand
Obesity Elicits Interleukin 1-Mediated Deficits in Hippocampal Synaptic Plasticity
- Joanna R Erion, M. Wosiski‐Kuhn, +4 authors A. Stranahan
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of Neuroscience
- 12 February 2014
Adipose tissue is a known source of proinflammatory cytokines in obese humans and animal models, including the db/db mouse, in which obesity arises as a result of leptin receptor insensitivity.… Expand
Exercise dose and diabetes risk in overweight and obese children: a randomized controlled trial.
CONTEXT Pediatric studies have shown that aerobic exercise reduces metabolic risk, but dose-response information is not available. OBJECTIVES To test the effect of different doses of aerobic… Expand
Leukocyte telomere length in healthy Caucasian and African-American adolescents: relationships with race, sex, adiposity, adipokines, and physical activity.
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationships of race, sex, adiposity, adipokines, and physical activity to telomere length in adolescents. STUDY DESIGN Leukocyte telomere length (T/S ratio) was assessed… Expand