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Discharge gait speed and hospital readmission for the elderly population: A pilot study
ABSTRACT Objective: To describe whether discharge gait speed, after a course of physical therapy, is related to hospital readmission in the elderly population. Design: Observational cross-sectional study of discharge gait ...
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) vs. Traditional Continuous Training (CT): Testing the Cardiovascular Benefits Across A Wide Age Specturm- A Pilot Study
High intensity interval training (HIIT) has evolved into a popular method of cardiovascular training over recent years, however its benefits have only been explored in specific populations. It has rarely been studied in ...
PARENTAL DECEPTION: INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF DECEPTION ON PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
Psychologists have completed much research in the broad field of deception, but an emerging topic is the deception within parent/child relationships. Previous studies have shown that parents lie to their children in order ...
A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INTO THE EXTENDED LIFESPAN OF BAT SPECIES: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX PROTEIN HAS2 AND LONGEVITY
Investigation into physiological and molecular factors influencing the extended lifespan of long-lived species significantly contributes to clinical research aimed at improving the lives of humans. Bats have a significantly ...
THE SUFFOLK RESOLVES: A NEGLECTED CATALYST OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Before Lexington and Concord, glimmers of revolutionary thoughts and ideas existed in the American colonies; however, a document known as the Suffolk Resolves, written in mid-1774, crystallized these divergent ideas into ...