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Establishing physical activity in breast cancer: self-report versus activity tracker.

Establishing accurate estimates of physical activity at baseline is essential for interventions assessing the potential benefits of exercise in adults with cancer. This study compares self-reported physical activity with independent data from activity trackers in women with early breast cancer (BC) recruited into a "walking" intervention during chemotherapy.


Physical activity in breast cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis on overall and breast cancer survival.

To further quantify the association between physical activity (PA) after breast cancer diagnosis and all-cause mortality, breast cancer mortality and/or breast cancer recurrence.

A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Physical Activity Interventions in Adults with Breast Cancer by Physical Activity Type and Mode of Participation.

Engaging in physical activity following a diagnosis in breast cancer patients improves both survival rates and psychosocial health outcomes. The factors influencing the effectiveness of physical activity interventions for breast cancer patients remain unclear. This systematic review focuses on two questions: Are there differences in outcomes depending on; the mode of physical activity undertaken; and whether group-based, or individual, programmes are proposed.


Comparison of Physical Activity by Lifestyle Between Two Rural Pediatric Population Groups.

Obesity prevalence is higher among rural populations than urban, including youth. Reduced physical activity levels are associated with childhood obesity. It could be assumed that the obesity disparity between rural and urban children is attributable, in part, to differences in physical activity levels; however, previous research quantifying and comparing physical activity levels between rural and urban youth are mixed. Lifestyle may be more important than geographic location in determining physical activity...

Physical activity for symptom management in women with metastatic breast cancer: a randomised feasibility trial.

Physical activity for women with early-stage breast cancer is well recognised for managing cancer-related symptoms and improving quality of life. Whilst typically excluded from interventions, women with metastatic breast cancer may also benefit from physical activity.

Home-based physical activity interventions for breast cancer patients receiving primary therapy: a systematic review.

Breast cancer continues to be the leading cause of cancer in women in the US, so it is important to provide these women with good therapies. However, there are adverse effects to these therapies. Physical activity plays an important role in alleviating these adverse effects of breast cancer therapy. However, the effectiveness of home-based physical activity interventions such as walking programs has not been detailed by prior reviews.

Clinical factors associated with adherence to aerobic and resistance physical activity guidelines among cancer prevention patients and survivors.

Physical activity (PA) is a known behavior to reduce cancer risk and improve cancer survivorship, yet adherence to PA guidelines is poor among the general population and cancer survivors. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which patients referred for exercise consultation within a clinical cancer prevention setting were meeting aerobic and resistance physical activity (PA) guidelines and to identify factors associated with guideline adherence. Between 2013 and 2015, cancer prevention p...

Housing conditions modulate spontaneous physical activity, feeding behavior, aerobic running capacity and adiposity in C57BL/6J mice.

There is evidence of reduced adiposity in rodents living in a large cages (LC) as compared to animals housed in small cages (SC). Because spontaneous physical activity (SPA) provides an important portion of the total daily energy expenditure, an increase of SPA in rodents kept in LC could explain their reduced body fat accumulation. The relationship between SPA and components of physical fitness (i.e. aerobic and anaerobic fitness and body leanness) has not been previously determined. We examined the effect...

Aerobic Training Performed at Ventilatory Threshold Improves Psychological Outcomes in Adolescents With Obesity

Physical activity may be as effective as some drugs for improving psychological outcomes; however, vigorous exercise may be needed for improving these outcomes in adolescents with obesity. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of low- and high-intensity training on self-esteem and symptoms of depression and anxiety in adolescents with obesity.

Breast-feeding During Pregnancy and the Risk of Miscarriage.

Breast-feeding rates and durations have been increasing among U.S. women in recent decades. As a result, women may be more likely to practice breast-feeding during pregnancy (BDP), which has been hypothesized to increase the risk of miscarriage, yet there has been little research into the issue.

Continuous, objective measurement of physical activity during chemotherapy for breast cancer: the Activity in Treatment pilot study.

Despite many potential benefits of physical activity during and after breast cancer treatment, activity levels typically decline from pre- to posttreatment. Most previous research has relied on self-reported activity. The purpose of this study were to assess patterns of daily, to objectively measured physical activity throughout chemotherapy for breast cancer, and to identify predictors of physical activity patterns. Participants were given a Fitbit before starting chemotherapy and asked to wear it througho...

Treatment-Induced Cardiotoxicity in Breast Cancer: A Review of the Interest of Practicing a Physical Activity.

Physical activity is known to prevent the occurrence of cancer and decrease the risk of breast cancer. At diagnosis of breast cancer, fewer than half of the patients reach the international recommendation for physical activity. However, breast cancer patients, and particularly HER2+ breast cancer patients, are exposed to treatment-induced cardiotoxicity because of a side effect of 2 molecules used in standard therapy to treat these tumors, i.e., anthracycline and trastuzumab. Cardiotoxicity can sometimes le...

Physical activity in long-term breast cancer survivors - A mixed-methods approach.

Traditional methods measuring physical activity (PA) may misrepresent breast cancer survivors (BCSs) and low-socioeconomic status (SES) groups. This study identifies PA-levels, routines and experiences among BCSs, in general and by SES, and explores whether a mixed-methods approach might unveil diversities of PA in BCS across SES.

Physical Activity Improves Lipid and Weight-Loss Outcomes After Metabolic Bariatric Surgery in Adolescents with Severe Obesity.

This study tested the hypothesis that physical activity improves cardiovascular disease-related lipids beyond that associated with weight loss in adolescents with severe obesity after metabolic/bariatric surgery (MBS).

A Group Dynamics-Based Exercise Intervention to Improve Physical Activity Maintenance in Breast Cancer Survivors.

To maintain increases in physical activity (PA), interventions that implement group dynamics principles and strategies with the intent of enhancing group cohesion may be advantageous. This study examined group cohesion and PA following a group dynamics-based PA intervention among breast cancer survivors.

Extensive Phenotyping for Potential Weight-Inducing Factors in an Outpatient Population with Obesity.

Obesity has been associated with miscellaneous weight-inducing determinants. A comprehensive assessment of known obesity-related factors other than diet and physical activity within one cohort is currently lacking.

Estimated Physical Activity in Adolescents by Wrist-Worn GENEActiv Accelerometers.

Reports of physical activity (PA) measured via wrist-worn accelerometers in adolescents are limited. This study describes PA levels in adolescents at baseline of an obesity prevention and weight management trial.

Ethnic-specific suggestions for physical activity based on existing recreational physical activity preferences of New Zealand women.

Recreational physical activities of New Zealand women were examined to develop ethnic-specific suggestions encouraging physical activity (PA) participation as a targeted approach to reduce obesity rates among different groups.

Early life risk factors for childhood obesity-does physical activity modify the associations? The MoBa Cohort Study.

High maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI), high birth weight and rapid infant weight gain are associated with increased risk of childhood obesity. We examined whether moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) or vigorous physical activity (VPA) in 9 to 12-year-olds modified the associations between these early life risk factors and subsequent body composition and BMI.

5-2-1-0 Lifestyle risk factors predict obesity in Millennials.

The Making Effective Nutritional Choices Generation Y (MENU GenY) study is a web-based intervention trial aimed at improving food choices in those aged 21-30 years. We report baseline levels of the 5-2-1-0 healthy lifestyle patterns to predict a body mass index (BMI) ≥30 vs 3 daily servings of fruits/vegetables (odds ratio, OR = 0.90, 95% confidence interval, CI = 0.81, 0.99), and reporting >2.5 hours/week of vigorous physical activity (OR = 0.93, 95% CI = 0.89-0.96, P 

Limitation of the use of voice in teaching and leisure-time physical activity: Educatel Study, Brazil, 2015/2016.

The study sought to identify the prevalence of voice-related problems teaching basic education teachers and to analyze their association with the practice of physical activity. We used data from a phone survey of a representative sample (n = 6,510) of Educatel Study carried out between October 2015 and March 2016. The main data of this study were self-referred voice-related problems teaching, leisure-time physical activity (defined according to its intensity, duration and frequency) and potential confoundin...

Age modify the associations of obesity, physical activity, vision and grip strength with functional mobility in Irish aged 50 and older.

To estimate whether the associations of obesity, physical activity, vision and grip strength with functional mobility were modified by age.

Questionnaire-Based Prevalence of Physical Activity Level on Adults According to Different International Guidelines: Impact on Surveillance and Policies.

The World Health Organization recommends 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (PA) throughout the week. However, the weekly frequency of PA and how to combine moderate and vigorous PA to define who reaches the recommended PA are controversial. PA level might be highly different based on the recommendation and/or the criteria employed.

Association of Accelerometer-Measured Light-Intensity Physical Activity With Brain Volume: The Framingham Heart Study.

Dementia risk may be attenuated by physical activity (PA); however, the specific activity levels optimal for dementia prevention are unclear. Moreover, most older adults are unable to meet the nationally recommended PA guidelines, set at 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous PA per week.

Bariatric Surgery Associated with Practice of Moderate to Intense Physical Activity Related to Weight Loss, Activity Level in Daily Life, Dyspnea, and Quality of Life of Sedentary Individuals with Morbid Obesity: a Prospective Longitudinal Study.

To evaluate the association of moderate-to-intense physical activity with the effects of bariatric surgery on weight loss, level of activities of daily living, dyspnea, and quality of life in sedentary individuals with grade II and III obesity.


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