Longitudinal associations of childhood fitness and obesity profiles with midlife cognitive function: an Australian cohort studyClusters of low fitness and high obesity in childhood are associated with poorer health outcomes in later life, however their relationship with cognition is unknown. Identifying such profiles may inform strategies to reduce risk of cognitive decline. This study examined whether specific profiles of childhood fitness and obesity were associated with midlife cognition.
Analysis of more than 20,000 injuries in European professional football by using a citizen science-based approach: An opportunity for epidemiological research?It has been claimed that analyses of large datasets from publicly accessible, open-collaborated (“citizen science-based”) online databases may provide additional insight into the epidemiology of injuries in professional football. However, this approach comes with major limitations, raising critical questions about the current trend of utilizing citizen science-based data. Therefore, we aimed to determine if citizen science-based health data from a popular online database on professional football players can be used for epidemiological research, i.e.
The NICA injury surveillance system: Design, methodology and preliminary data of a prospective, longitudinal study of injuries in youth cross country mountain bike racingTo describe the design and implementation of an injury surveillance system for youth mountain bike racing in the United States, and to report preliminary first-year results.
Ten-year nationwide review of netball ankle and knee injuries in New ZealandTo review netball ankle and knee injuries between 2008 and 2017.
Sitting time and depression in young women over 12-years: The effect of physical activityLack of physical activity (PA) and prolonged sitting time (ST) are associated with increased risk of mortality and chronic illnesses, including depression. While there have been claims that the two risks are ‘independent’, their joint and stratified effects are unclear. The aim of this study was to explore the combined effects of physical activity and sitting time on the 12 year risk of depressive symptoms (DS) in young women.
Prevalence of sports-related injuries in paralympic judo: An exploratory studyThe aim was to assess the 1-year retrospective prevalence of athletes reporting a sports-related injury among Paralympic judokas with visual impairment (VI), and to identify any associations between injury, vision class, gender and weight category.
The prevalence of hand and wrist osteoarthritis in elite former cricket and rugby union playersThis study aimed to determine the prevalence of hand and wrist osteoarthritis in former elite cricket and rugby union players, by sport and playing position, and to define the prevalence of severe hand injury, and its association with hand osteoarthritis.
Injury profiles in elite women’s T20 cricketTo Describe the injury incidence and prevalence during two years of a professional women’s T20 cricket tournament.
Secular trends in the prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity across Australian states: A meta-analysisTo describe secular trends in the prevalence of overweight and obesity in Australian children in each state and territory.