GPs,GP trainees,Foundation doctors....
How does physical activity produce health benefits?
With multimedia video, learn how physical activity that can both prevent and treat major diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mental health problems, cancer, and arthritis.
This module forms part of the following courses:
After completing this module, you should understand:
- How physical activity can reduce chronic inflammation
- How physical activity can improve cellular health and slow ageing through mechanisms in the mitochondria
- The mechanisms behind how physical activity that can both prevent and treat major diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mental health problems, cancer, and arthritis
- The relationship between activity and body fat distribution.
Peer reviewed by:
Ricky Shamji, Dane Vishnubala
21 Oct 2014
Editorially reviewed date
28 Aug 2018
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