• Risk for CV events, mortality varies by physical activity type

    27 days ago - By Healio

    Higher self-reported leisure-time physical activity was associated with reduced major adverse CV event and all-cause mortality risk, but higher occupational physical activity was linked to increased risks, researchers reported.
    “The novel demonstration of the independent association of the two types of physical activity on risk of major adverse CV events and all-cause mortality supports the physical activity paradox,” Andreas Holtermann, PhD, of the National Research Centre for the Working Environment in Copenhagen, Denmark, and colleagues wrote.
    Researchers analyzed 104,046
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  • Adverse Childhood Experiences and Frequent Headache by Adolescent Self-Report

    Adverse Childhood Experiences and Frequent Headache by Adolescent Self-Report

    28 days ago - By Pediatric Neurology

    The association between exposure to adverse childhood experiences and increased headache, including migraine, in adults has been well characterized. Childhood adversity and its effect on headache in children have not been as robustly investigated. This study examines the relationship of self-reported ACEs to frequent headache in an adolescent cohort.
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