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How Being Active and Limiting Inactivity Differ

This article was first published on El Paso Inc. on September 26, 2018 http://www.elpasoinc.com/special_sections/el_paso_kids_inc/how-being-active-and-limiting-inactivity-differ/article_21f8bdc8-c1c7-11e8-a6e1-bf7184b2bb3b.html We all know how important it is to be physically active, but did you know that it is just as important – or maybe more so – to limit physical inactivity? Wait, isn’t that the same thing? Not quite.  Physical activity
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Building an Exercise Toolbox for Your Patients or Clients with Obesity: Workshop #2- Meet the Speakers

Dr. Ann Yelmokas McDermott is a system scientist and program design specialist experienced in translating program objectives into evidence-based, practical applications that enable organizations to achieve their unique goals and build capacity.  Her positions over the past 20+ years have been with translational, team-based health research and education projects that integrated community-participatory approaches and have
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Building an Exercise Toolbox for Your Patients or Clients with Obesity: Workshop #2

This 2 ¾ hour in-person course is the first of a four-part series that presents current evidence-based approaches pertaining to the benefits and application strategies of physical activity and exercise for the management of obesity and its comorbidities. This course is appropriate for clinical and community-based allied health and fitness professionals who work with adults with different levels of
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Building an Exercise Toolbox for Your Patients or Clients with Obesity- Meet the Speakers

Dr. Ann Yelmokas McDermott is a system scientist and program design specialist experienced in translating program objectives into evidence-based, practical applications that enable organizations to achieve their unique goals and build capacity.  Her positions over the past 20+ years have been with translational, team-based health research and education projects that integrated community-participatory approaches and have
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Building an Exercise Toolbox for Your Patients or Clients with Obesity

This 2 ¾ hour in-person course is the first of a four-part series that presents current evidence-based approaches pertaining to the benefits and application strategies of physical activity and exercise for the management of obesity and its comorbidities. This course is appropriate for clinical and community-based allied health and fitness professionals who work with adults with different levels of
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