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The effect of tyramine infusion and exercise on blood flow, coagulation and clot microstructure in healthy individuals.

The long term benefits of exercise on the cardiovascular status of a patient have been proven, however, their benefit/risk relationship with exercise intensity is unclear. Furthermore, many thromboembolic diseases such as myocardial infarction and ischaemic stroke are associated with profound catecholamine release. In this study we explore the relationship between catecholamine release and hemodynamic changes and their effect on coagulation.


Exercise and circulating BDNF: Mechanisms of release and implications for the design of exercise interventions.

Engagement in regular bouts of exercise confers numerous positive effects on brain health across the lifespan. Acute bouts of exercise transiently improve cognitive function, while long-term exercise training stimulates brain plasticity, improves brain function, and helps to stave off neurological disease. The action of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is a candidate mechanism underlying these exercise-induced benefits and is the subject of considerable attention in the exercise-brain health literat...

A New Zealand osteoarthritis model of care in South Canterbury, New Zealand.


Alcohol consumption in New Zealand women before and during pregnancy: findings from the Growing Up in New Zealand study.

To examine alcohol consumption before and during pregnancy in the mothers of a contemporary sample of New Zealand children.

Moderate Exercise Enhances Endothelial Progenitor Cell Exosomes Release and Function.

Exercise has cardiovascular benefits which might be related to endothelial progenitor cells (EPC). Meanwhile, there is evidence suggesting that EPC-derived exosomes (EPC-EX) promote vascular repair and angiogenesis through their carried microRNA (miR)-126. In this study, we investigated whether exercise could increase the levels of circulating EPC-EX and their miR-126 cargo, and by which promote the protective function of EPC-EX on endothelial cells (EC).

Predictors of change in affect in response to high intensity interval exercise (HIIE) and sprint interval exercise (SIE).

Affect is typically positive at intensities below the lactate or ventilatory threshold, yet more aversive responses occur at supra-threshold intensities which may reduce positive perceptions of exercise. Completion of high intensity interval exercise (HIIE) typically elicits a reduction in affect, yet greater post-exercise enjoyment has been reported in response to HIIE versus moderate intensity continuous exercise (MICE). This study examined affectual responses to HIIE and sprint interval exercise (SIE) in...

The Role of Exercise and Hyperlipidaemia in Breast Cancer Progression.

Exercise reduces the risk of breast cancer development and improves survival in breast cancer patients. However, the underlying mechanisms of this protective effect remain to be fully elucidated. It is unclear whether exercise can attenuate or modify the pro-tumour effects of obesity and related conditions, such as hyperlipidaemia. This review summarises how hyperlipidaemia and exercise contribute to or reduce breast cancer risk and progression, respectively, and highlights the possible mechanisms behind ea...

Aerobic exercise modulates anticipatory reward processing via the μ-opioid receptor system.

Physical exercise modulates food reward and helps control body weight. The endogenous µ-opioid receptor (MOR) system is involved in rewarding aspects of both food and physical exercise, yet interaction between endogenous opioid release following exercise and anticipatory food reward remains unresolved. Here we tested whether exercise-induced opioid release correlates with increased anticipatory reward processing in humans. We scanned 24 healthy lean men after rest and after a 1 h session of aerobic exerci...

Media portrayal of Māori and bariatric surgery in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Media constructs in Aotearoa, New Zealand naturalise the dominant Western culture. Conversely, mainstream news about Māori is rare and prioritises negative stereotypical constructs that are often centred on Māori as economic threats via resource control and political activism. These narratives influence continued discrimination against Māori in New Zealand. Media representations of bariatric surgery in New Zealand are not widely understood. We explored the portrayal of Māori and bariatric surgery in pri...

History of Cardiac Anesthesia in New Zealand.

New Zealand has a long and proud history of innovation in cardiac surgery and anesthesia. There have been a number of prominent men and women who have contributed to the development of cardiac anesthesia in New Zealand. There are numerous ongoing challenges in providing cardiac anesthetic services to the population of New Zealand.

Effects of fatiguing, submaximal high- versus low-torque isometric exercise on motor unit recruitment and firing behavior.

The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the effects of repeated, high- (HT: 70% MVIC) versus low-torque (LT: 30% MVIC) isometric exercise performed to failure on motor unit (MU) recruitment and firing behavior of the vastus lateralis. Eighteen resistance-trained males (23.1 ± 3.8 years) completed familiarization, followed by separate experimental sessions in which they completed either HT or LT exercise to failure in random order. LT exercise resulted in a greater time to task failure and a mo...

Exhaustive Exercise-induced Oxidative Stress Alteration of Erythrocyte Oxygen Release Capacity.

The aim of the present study is to explore the effect of exhaustive running exercise (ERE) in the oxygen release capacity of rat erythrocytes. Rats were divided into sedentary control (C), moderate running exercise (MRE) and exhaustive running exercise groups. The thermodynamics and kinetics properties of the erythrocyte oxygen release process of different groups were tested. We also determined the degree of band-3 oxidative and phosphorylation, anion transport activity and carbonic anhydrase isoform II(CAI...

The presenting features of melanoma in New Zealand: implications for earlier detection.

To examine the relationship between presenting features and histological characteristics of melanomas in New Zealand.

Distinctive features of polycythaemia vera in New Zealand Polynesians.

The aim of this study was to examine a potential ethnic disparity in the phenotype of polycythaemia vera (PV) between New Zealand European and Polynesian patients.

Food fussiness and early feeding characteristics of infants following Baby-Led Weaning and traditional spoon-feeding in New Zealand: An internet survey.

The aim of this study was to compare food fussiness, weight, serious choking, and early feeding characteristics in babies following Baby-Led Weaning (BLW) and babies following traditional spoon-feeding (TSF) at 6-7 months of age. The First Foods New Zealand Internet Survey recruited 876 New Zealand caregivers of children aged 6-36 months through social media. Information was collected on food fussiness, infant weight, choking, infant feeding practices, and demographics. Based on infant feeding at 6-7 months...

Sufficient exercise for Australians living with dementia in residential aged care facilities is lacking: an exploration of policy incoherence.

Antimicrobial stewardship practice in New Zealand's rural hospitals.

We aimed to describe how antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) is practised in New Zealand's diverse rural hospital network.

Smoking prevalence among doctors and nurses-2013 New Zealand census data.

To examine recent smoking trends among doctors and nurses in New Zealand.

Age, period and cohort effects on body mass index in New Zealand, 1997-2038.

To estimate the effects of age, period and birth cohort on observed trends, and to provide short- to medium-term projections of population BMI in New Zealand.

Molecular detection of Bartonella coopersplainsensis and B. henselae in rats from New Zealand.

To identify Bartonella spp. in rats from New Zealand using molecular methods.

The Role of Dopamine in Overcoming Aversion with Exercise.

Exercise increases positive mood and the ability to buffer the impact of aversive events on the brain and behavior, but if and how these beneficial effects of exercise interact to confer an ability to overcome aversion is unknown. Exercise is a natural reward that produces unique adaptations in mesolimbic and nigrostriatal dopamine circuits involved in motor activity and reward. The current review summarizes exercise adaptations in dopaminergic circuits that lead to a hyper-dopaminergic state; during which ...

The impact of different tumour subtypes on management and survival of New Zealand women with Stage I-III breast cancer.

This study aims to describe the prevalence and characteristics of the different ER/PR/HER2 subtypes in New Zealand women with breast cancer, and to explore their treatment and outcomes.

Off label or on trend: a review of the use of quetiapine in New Zealand.

Acupuncture and ACC: therapeutic regulation and funding in New Zealand.

'That Terrible Time': Reflections on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in New Zealand.


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