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Dengel talks at overseas presentation

DengelD-2005.jpgDr. Donald Dengel, associate professor of exercise physiology, gave a talk this past week at the 27th International Symposium of European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology in Mawgan Porth, United Kingdom. His topic was, "Impact of Changes in Screen Time on Blood Profiles and Blood Pressure in Adolescents Over a Two Year Period".

In addition, Dengel also had a monograph printed;

Dengel DR, Hearst MO, Harmon JH, Lytle LA: Impact of changes in screen
time on blood profiles and blood pressure in adolescents over a two
year period. In: Willaims CA, Armstrong N (eds.), Children and
Exercise XXVII: The Proceedings of the XXVIIth International Symposium
of the European Group of Pediatrics Work Physiology
, September, 2011, 121-125. 2012. Oxon, England: Routledge.

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