2009

Produção científica de docentes e investigadores da ESS | P. PORTO para o ano de 2009.

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Metabolic syndrome (MetS), a cluster of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes risk factors, has become prevalent in adolescents. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between MetS and physical fitness (PF) in Azorean adolescents. 

Título: Relationship between metabolic syndrome and physical fitness in Azorean adolescents

JCR: 5.086 (2009)

Referência bibliográfica: Moreira, C., Santos, R., Vale, S., Soares-Miranda, L., Marques, A. I., Santos, P. C., & Mota, J. (2010). Relationship between metabolic syndrome and physical fitness in Azorean adolescents. The 4th Scandinavian Pediatric Obesity Conference

 

 

To examine the association between gestational weight gain (GWG) and body mass index (BMI) in preschool children.

Título: Gestational weight gain and body mass index in preschool children

JCR: 5.086 (2009)

Referência bibliográfica: Santos, P. C., Vale, S., Santos, R., Moreira, C., Marques, A. I., Soares-Miranda, L., & Mota, J. (2010). Gestational weght gain and body mass index in pre-school children. The 4th Scandinavian Pediatric Obesity Conference

 

The increasing overweight and obesity prevalence among children and adolescents may result in life quality prejudice and increase obesity indexes at adult age. Perinatal factors suchas  birthweight (BW) as well as socioeconomic factors (SES) andcardiorespiratoryy fitness (CRF) have shown different associations with adolescents’ obesitylevelsl. Thus,the present study aimede to describe the prevalence of overweight/obesity (Ov/ Ob) and, to evaluate the associations of BW, SES and CRF on adolescents body mass index (BMI).

Título: Influence of birthweight, socioeconomic status, cardio-respiratory fitness in body mass index

 Revista: Obesity Reviews

JCR: 5.086 (2009)

Referência bibliográfica: Vale, S., Soares-Miranda, L., Santos, R., Moreira, C., Marques, A. I., Santos, P. C., Aleixo, I., & Mota, J. (2010). Influence of birthweight, socioeconomic status, cardio-respiratory fitness in body mass index. The 4th Scandinavian Pediatric Obesity Conference