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Exercise-Induced Protection Against Type II Diabetes

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PowerPoint Presentation (2007)
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Description This PowerPoint presentation from the EB 2014 Refresher Course on Exercise for the Physiologist discusses the epidemiological data on type 2 diabetes in the U.S.; why exercise is important to combat type 2 diabetes; the effects of acute exercise on skeletal muscle glucose uptake; and the effects of chronic exercise training on skeletal muscle and whole-body glucose uptake.
Type of Resource Digital Presentation (Powerpoint), Meeting Presentation
Format PowerPoint Presentation (2007) - PPTX - 3.48 MB
Kristin Stanford, Harvard University - Joslin Diabetes Center
Development Date April 26, 2014
Grade/Age Level Continuing Education
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed By Staff
Review Date January 16, 2015
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Interesting presentation. Some evidence will be very good to incorporate into undergraduate teaching.

Roger Ramsbottom, Oxford Brookes University


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