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Kinesiology, derived from the Greek words kinesis (movement) and kinein (to move), also known as human kinetics, is the science of human movement. It is a discipline that focuses on Physical Activity.

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Judo holds promise for reducing sedentary behavior among children with autism

Judo holds promise for reducing sedentary behavior among children with autism

Large gym chains offer tanning beds that undermine public health

Large gym chains offer tanning beds that undermine public health

Study examines the effects of fat tissue on skeletal muscle structure and function

Study examines the effects of fat tissue on skeletal muscle structure and function

New review explores relationship between yoga practice and brain health

New review explores relationship between yoga practice and brain health

Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, study shows

Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, study shows

Eating whole fruit could reduce blood pressure for both men and women

Eating whole fruit could reduce blood pressure for both men and women

High-intensity workouts improve memory in older adults

High-intensity workouts improve memory in older adults

Type of activity may have effect on brain's response to aging

Type of activity may have effect on brain's response to aging

Reporting skill and concussion symptom knowledge increase concussion reporting

Reporting skill and concussion symptom knowledge increase concussion reporting

Interactive VR during high-intensity cycling reduces muscle pain

Interactive VR during high-intensity cycling reduces muscle pain

Eating cheese may help protect blood vessels from damage caused by salt

Eating cheese may help protect blood vessels from damage caused by salt

Overweight adolescents actually eat less when exposed to stressful events

Overweight adolescents actually eat less when exposed to stressful events

UTA receives CPRIT funding to support cancer research programs

UTA receives CPRIT funding to support cancer research programs

Scientists discover how brown fat may help protect against obesity and diabetes

Scientists discover how brown fat may help protect against obesity and diabetes

Blood vessels may turn into bone-like particles with advancing age

Blood vessels may turn into bone-like particles with advancing age

Link between endocannabinoids and exercise could lead to better treatment for depression

Link between endocannabinoids and exercise could lead to better treatment for depression

UTA researcher will use NIH grant to study the role of T cells in cardiovascular disease

UTA researcher will use NIH grant to study the role of T cells in cardiovascular disease

UTA scientists part of NIH-funded study of precision therapy for HFpEF patients

UTA scientists part of NIH-funded study of precision therapy for HFpEF patients

A single measurement may help predict risk for knee instability

A single measurement may help predict risk for knee instability

Athletic training method reduces head injuries in high school football

Athletic training method reduces head injuries in high school football