NCSEM Autumn series:Physical activity, cancer and cardiometabolic health
About this event
Each talk in this series will provide cutting-edge information relating to developments within the fields of exercise as medicine, nutrition, and behaviour change. Led by a team of world-leading academics, each talk will convey the key take-home messages from the latest research with the aim of extending the knowledge and understanding of those with a basic interest in the field.
Presenters for this session:
- Professor David Stensel: Too much of a good thing – can excessive exercise really damage the heart?
- Dr Katherine Brooke-Wavell: Exercise and bone health – evidence-informed best practice
- Dr Natalie Pearson: Movement behaviours in young people – finding the balance
- Dr Mhairi Morris: Trying to outrun cancer: the benefits of exercise across the cancer continuum
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