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  • The Influence of WB-EMS-Training on the Performance of Ice Hockey Players of Different Competitive Status. [Journal Article]
    Front Physiol 2019; 10:1136Schuhbeck E, Birkenmaier C, … Wegener B
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that WB-EMS training significantly decreased 10 m skating time and increased jumping power and maximum isokinetic force at 300°/s. We conclude that with additional WB-EMS training, an increase in performance might also be achieved for athletes in lower leagues. Due to the higher training potential of leisure athletes, the effect is probably even more pronounced than would be expected for competitive athletes.
  • Relationships matter in population health. [Journal Article]
    Fam Syst Health 2019; 37(3):274-276Valeras AS
  • This column notes that population health approaches have largely focused on the physical body outcomes and metrics, on disease registries, and on insurance claim information rather than measures that apply to whole person wellness (an integration of physical, mental, and spiritual health). There has been significant progress in recognizing that people's health is influenced by the context and sys…
  • Paradoxical Excitatory Impact of SK Channels on Dendritic Excitability. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosci 2019; 39(40):7826-7839Bock T, Honnuraiah S, Stuart GJ
  • Dendritic excitability regulates how neurons integrate synaptic inputs and thereby influences neuronal output. As active dendritic events are associated with significant calcium influx they are likely to be modulated by calcium-dependent processes, such as calcium-activated potassium channels. Here we investigate the impact of small conductance calcium-activated potassium channels (SK channels) o…
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