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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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Orienteering could be useful as an intervention or preventive measure to fight cognitive decline

Orienteering could be useful as an intervention or preventive measure to fight cognitive decline

York researchers shed new light on the sex differences in obesity

York researchers shed new light on the sex differences in obesity

Experts estimate the prevalence of breast cancer survivors in Canada

Experts estimate the prevalence of breast cancer survivors in Canada

Researchers corroborate the importance of exercise for cognitive function

Researchers corroborate the importance of exercise for cognitive function

Interrupting prolonged sitting with periodic activity "snacks" may help maintain muscle mass, study says

Interrupting prolonged sitting with periodic activity "snacks" may help maintain muscle mass, study says

Exercise can favorably modify subcutaneous adipose tissue that can improve metabolic health

Exercise can favorably modify subcutaneous adipose tissue that can improve metabolic health

Less screen time and more physical activity may improve executive function in toddlers

Less screen time and more physical activity may improve executive function in toddlers

UC San Diego team receives $1.2 million to create a novel system to study chronic low back pain

UC San Diego team receives $1.2 million to create a novel system to study chronic low back pain

Penn State receives $1.6 million grant to study the link between COVID-19 and cognitive decline

Penn State receives $1.6 million grant to study the link between COVID-19 and cognitive decline

Remote ischemic preconditioning can amplify the protection against heart attack, stroke

Remote ischemic preconditioning can amplify the protection against heart attack, stroke

Structural racism and inequities linked to higher COVID-19 death rates in Louisiana

Structural racism and inequities linked to higher COVID-19 death rates in Louisiana

Youth hockey players with more years of bodychecking experience have higher concussion risk

Youth hockey players with more years of bodychecking experience have higher concussion risk

Older adults with Type 1 diabetes have greater risk for muscle weakening, cardiovascular complications

Older adults with Type 1 diabetes have greater risk for muscle weakening, cardiovascular complications

Type of schooling students received pre-pandemic affected parents' perceived resilience

Type of schooling students received pre-pandemic affected parents' perceived resilience

New project aims to improve exercise adherence in hemodialysis patients

New project aims to improve exercise adherence in hemodialysis patients

Eating prunes every day may reduce pro-inflammatory mediators in postmenopausal women

Eating prunes every day may reduce pro-inflammatory mediators in postmenopausal women

Origins of Type 2 diabetes differ between males and females, research shows

Origins of Type 2 diabetes differ between males and females, research shows

Researchers explore experiences with compulsive exercise across social media

Researchers explore experiences with compulsive exercise across social media

More people should receive palliative care consultations after severe stroke

More people should receive palliative care consultations after severe stroke

Small change approach not more effective than monitoring alone in preventing weight gain

Small change approach not more effective than monitoring alone in preventing weight gain