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moderate to high (more than 2 drinks per week)], smoking status (current, former, or never), and regular sport activity (<1 time a week or ≥1 time a week). Participants self-reported medical conditions and had assessments of prescription medication use

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Physiology International
Authors: Zs Major, R Kirschner, N Medvegy, K Kiss, GM Török, G Pavlik, G Simonyi, Zs Komka, and M Medvegy

–4 is also reversible, but it persists for weeks. We did not see ERV 2–4 even in ETAs who had stopped sport activity some months earlier. This study confirms the regression capability of these parameters. They are related to temporary pressure overload

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, fitness, and cognitive functions. Does regular sport activity modify the influencing effect of allergic symptoms induced by single acute allergen exposure on respiratory, cognitive, and physical outcomes? This open prospective clinical study compares the

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interested in weight control, sustaining the shape of the body and fighting age [ 15 ]. Biddle–Mutrie (2001) claim that motivation changes with age. In childhood the primary drive to engage in sport activities is enjoyment, fitness, developing

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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Norbert Novák, Péter Miklós Kőmíves, Mónika Harangi-Rákos, and Károly Pető

functions are mostly available in the countryside – for example rural areas could be easily used for recreation including outdoor sport activities – for all the people [ 87 ] lack of other services could be detected. As the population living in the

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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors: Veronika Bocsi, Tímea Ceglédi, Zsófia Kocsis, Karolina Eszter Kovács, Klára Kovács, Anetta Müller, Katalin Pallay, Barbara Éva Szabó, Fruzsina Szigeti, and Dorina Anna Tóth

. ( 2015 ). A sportolás mint támogató faktor a felsőoktatásban [Sport activity as a supportive factor in Higher education]. Debrecen, Hungary : CHERD-H . Kovács , K

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( Ryan, Rigby, & Przybylski, 2006 ). Such enhancement motives have also been identified in sport activities ( Jansanem & Berna, 2017 ), notably dancing ( Maraz et al., 2015 ), as well as in gambling behaviors ( Devos et al., 2017 ; Lambe, Mackinnon

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