Most common profits of exercise, such as improved mood, prevention or management of chronic diseases (hypertension, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia), increased energy, and more restful sleep. Through physical activity, it is considered chronic diseases chronic diseases could be addressed effectively. We make the case here that attention to details of culture, lifestyle issues, and identifiable barriers can appropriately address some of the challenges researchers face in registering in studies this hard-to-reach population of sedentary older Black women who need to find ways to increase energy spending in their everyday activities, given their risk for the negative consequences of sedentary lifestyle, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes (T2D), and cardiovascular disease. (Ann Gill Taylor,Researchers Combine Evidence to Foster Study Enrolment: Perspectives on Putting into Practice what we know for Studies Involving Black Women)
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