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-08 . Andreff , M. – Andreff , W. ( 2015 ): Economic Prediction of Sport Performances from the Beijing Olympics to the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa: The Notion of Surprising Sporting Outcomes . In: Rodriguez , P. – Késenne , S. – Koning , R

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Michel Lejoyeux, Cecilia Guillot, Florence Chalvin, Aymeric Petit, and Valerie Lequen

. Hausenblas D. Symons Downs 2002 Exercise dependence: A systematic review Psychology of sport and exercise 3

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the sport is of the strength, athletic, or aesthetic type. It is well known that hypertension is a significant pathogenic factor in the development of cardiometabolic diseases [ 1 ]. Its pathomechanisms, including a reduction in the elasticity of

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Krisztina Marosi, Endre Horváth, Péter Nagy, Bernadett Köles, and Zsolt B. Nagy

Wackerhage, H., Miah, A., Harris, R. C., et al.: Genetic research and testing in sport and exercise science: a review of the issues. J. Sports Sci., 2009, 27 , 1109

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: Agnes Koppan, J. Hamori, I. Vranics, J. Garai, I. Kriszbacher, J. Bodis, G. Rebek-Nagy, and M. Koppan

To assess potential individual factors influencing quality of life and pain scores of patients suffering from histologically confirmed endometriosis. Study using a questionnaire among patients of reproductive age undergoing laparoscopy with a presumed diagnosis of endometriosis. Details of fertility, previous treatments and quality of life, sexual activity, as well as linear pain scores for several symptoms, were recorded. Details of intraoperative findings were also collected and only those data were used where endometriosis was intraoperatively and histologically proven. A questionnaire before surgery gathered information from women on the following groups of variables: age, marital status, education, reproductive and medical history including previous pregnancies and parity, knowledge of accompanying pelvic disorders, regular sport activity, as well as general quality of life estimates including self-image. Pelvic pain was scored using a visual analogue scale. Data were statistically evaluated. Eighty-one patients complaining about persistent pelvic pain were later intraoperatively and histologically proven to have endometriosis. Thirty-one of them (38.2%) reported regular sport as part of their daily life schedule while 50 of them (61.8%) performed no physical activity at all. Fourteen patients among regular exercisers and 33 patients among those without physical activity reported the effectiveness of painkillers for pelvic pain, corresponding to 45.1% and 66% of these subgroups, respectively (difference statistically significant, p<0.05). Based on our results, we can conclude, that taking painkillers might be less effective among endometriosis patients performing regular daily sport activities, and, thus it might impose them to an unnecessary burden of possible side-effects.

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Christian Nyemcsok, Samantha L. Thomas, Amy Bestman, Hannah Pitt, Mike Daube, and Rebecca Cassidy

children and young people ( Li, Langham, Browne, Rockloff, & Thorne, 2018 ; McMullan, Miller, & Perrier, 2012 ), and in particular, those who are fans of sport ( Hing, Vitartas, Lamont, & Fink, 2014 ; Pitt, Thomas, Bestman, Stoneham, et al., 2016

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Beals, K. A., Hill, A. K.: The prevalence of disordered eating, menstrual dysfunkcion, and low bone mineral density among US collegiate athletes. Int. J. Sport. Nutr. Exerc. Metab., 2006, 16 , 1–23. Hill A

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172 Carron AV, Bray SR, Eys MA: Team cohesion and team success in sport. J. Sports Sci. 20, 119-126 (2002) Team cohesion and team success in sport

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Artemisa, A. — Dimitria, P. (2004): Welcome Home: Motivations and Objectives of the 2004 Grand National Olympic Sponsors. Sport Marketing Quarterly , 13(4): 180

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: E Bosnyák, E Trájer, A Udvardy, Z Komka, A Protzner, T Kováts, I Györe, M Tóth, J Pucsok, and M Szmodis

( 2014 ) 8. Jastrzebski Z , Leonska-Duniec A , Kolbowicz M , Tomiak T : The angiotensin converting enzyme gene I/D polymorphism in Polish rowers . Centr. Eur. J. Sport Sci. Med. 5 , 77 – 82 ( 2014 ) 9. Juffer P , Furrer R

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