Dangerous exercise: lessons learned from dysregulated inflammatory responses to physical activity.

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Exercise elicits an immunological "danger" type of stress and inflammatory response that, on occasion, becomes dysregulated and detrimental to health. Examples include anaphylaxis, exercise-induced asthma, overuse syndromes, and exacerbation of intercurrent illnesses. In dangerous exercise, the normal balance between pro- and anti-inflammatory responses is… (More)

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@article{Cooper2007DangerousEL, title={Dangerous exercise: lessons learned from dysregulated inflammatory responses to physical activity.}, author={Dan M. Cooper and Shlomit Radom-Aizik and Christina D Schwindt and Frank P. Zaldivar}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={2007}, volume={103 2}, pages={700-9} }