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Erich, German ophthalmologist, 1882-1946. See: Seidel scotoma, Seidel sign.
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2014; Unger, 2014), screen activities (Bleakley, Jordan & Hennessy, 2013), or the practice of physical activity (Ridder, Visscher, Hirasing, Seidell & Renders, 2014; Silva, Lott, Mota & Welk, 2014).
Seidell J Assessing obesity: classification and epidemiology.
Algunos autores como Swinburn, Caterson, Seidell y James senalan, incluso, de la sociedad occidental como un "entorno obesogenico" (43), que escapa al control del individuo: promueve la ingesta creciente de calorias y lleva asociado, un modo de vida en el que proliferan las actividades sedentarias y se reduce el gasto energetico asociado a la actividad fisica.
Seidell, In Solubilities of Inorganic and Organic Compounds, 3rd Edition, Van Nostrand Company, New York, pp.
Furthermore, since males tend to have a greater bone density than females and the BMI is a function of body weight, generally a slight variance between genders occurs (Deurenberg, Weststrate, & Seidell, 1991).
June 15, 2009) (explaining that the text messages admitted against the defendant were actually "written in text message shorthand" and then interpreted at trial); Streeter Seidell, Don't Go Blaming Me.
O ICQ e fortemente associado a gordura visceral segundo Ashavell e Seidell citado por Charro e colaboradores (2010) e parece ser um indice aceitavel de gordura intra-abdominal estudado por Weits e Jakicic, e citado tambem por Charro e colaboradores (2010).
Janet Wiechec Seidell PT, MPT is Supervisor of the Acute Care Physical and Occupational Therapy Department at Beaumont Hospital, Troy, Michigan and is Part Time Faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health Sciences, Oakland University in Rochester, MI.
Seidell JC, Oosterlee A, Deurnberg P, Hautvast JG, Ruijs JH.
van Dam RM, Hoebee B, Seidell JC, Schaap MM, de Bruin TW, Feskens EJ.
In a similar vein, Visscher and Seidell (2001) found that obese people are more vulnerable to diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and respiratory disorders, which are critically related to functional disabilities as well as mortality rates (Calle, Thun, Petrelli, Rodriguez, & Heath, 1999).