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Sep – Oct 2022

Pp 6-7 Let your brain do the walking

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Pp 8-10 Your ultimate guide to CBD

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  2. Black et al (2019), Cannabinoids for the treatment of mental disorders and symptoms of mental disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Lancet Psychiatry, 6: 995-1010.
  3. White et al (2019), A review of human studies assessing cannabidiol’s (CBD) therapeutic actions and potential, The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 59(7): 923-34.ViPR Global LMT 1 online/live course (whole-body strength using myofascial lines).
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  5. Lucas E (2019), Cannabidiol in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. A case series, JACM, 10: 1,089.
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Pp 12-15 Working with clients with chronic fatigue

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Pp 16-17 Work smarter, not harder: Seven ways to be more effective when you work

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Pp 18-21 Blood flow restriction training

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Pp 29-31 Exercise and the prevention of Alzheimer’s

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  2. Gallaway PJ et al (2017), Physical activity: A viable way to reduce the risks of mild cognitive impairment, alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia in older adults, Brain Sciences.
  3. Mosconi L et al (2021), Menopause impacts human brain structure, connectivity, energy metabolism, and amyloid-beta deposition, Nature Scientific Reports.
  4. Jia R et al (2019), Effects of physical activity and exercise on the cognitive function of patients with alzheimer’s disease: a meta-analysis, BMC Geriatrics.
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  7. Herold F et al (2019), Functional and/or structural brain changes in response to resistance exercises and resistance training lead to cognitive improvements: A systematic review, Eur Rev of Aging and Physical Activity.
  8. Leal LG et al (2018), Physical Exercise-Induced Myokines and Muscle-Adipose Tissue Crosstalk: A Review of Current Knowledge and the Implications for Health and Metabolic Diseases, Frontiers in Physiology.
  9. Broadhouse KM et al (2020), Hippocampal plasticity underpins long-term cognitive gains from resistance exercise in MCI, Neuroimage: Clinical.
  10. Leisman G et al (2016), Thinking, walking, talking: Integratory motor and cognitive brain function, Front Public Health.