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What is Happening to Me? An Analysis of Ageing Processes for Mature Women and the Implications for Sports Participation and Lifestyle Choices for Health and Well-being

Declining health and well-being is prevalent today, despite the documented numerous benefits of sports participation. This paper examines the effects of female ageing processes and the implications for sports participation.

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Sport, Alcohol Use, and Youth in a Canadian Sample

This Canadian study examined whether the levels of adolescent alcohol consumption differed by gender, type, frequency, or context of sporting involvement in one school system.

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BELLA (Better Education for Lasting Lifestyle Achievement): An Interdisciplinary Wellness Program

This session overviews BELLA (Better Education for Lasting Lifestyle Achievement), an interdisciplinary program, using the social-ecological model to provide wellness education for middle-aged female employees at a Midwestern U.S. university.

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Published Online: June 1, 2016

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Journal of Sport and Health , Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2016

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Building the Future by Examining Past Research on Sport and Performance Enhancements

This is a content analysis of a sport-related journal sample on doping in sport.

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Published Online: April 20, 2016

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Potential of Yoga for Improving Health Outcome Measures in Informal Caregivers

This review highlights the potential beneficial effects of Yoga on health outcome measures of informal caregivers.

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Published online: February 25, 2016

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A Comparative Analysis of Participation Motivation for Physical Activity and Sports among University Students

Participation motivation among students in different BMI categories were studied. Normal weight students had more competence and interest in participation. Social factors were least important in all categories.

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Published Online February 12, 2016

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Journal of Sport and Health , Volume 7, Issue 1, March 2016

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Collaboration, Gender Differences, and the GO NORDIC Model: Eliciting Social Change within one New England soccer club

This study is a descriptive sociological analysis of how one small soccer club examined how gender impacted players' experiences and developed a gender initiative based upon their findings.

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Published Online February 1, 2016

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Journal of Sport and Health , Volume 6, Issue 4, February 2016

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