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Ventilatorische Indizes und Fettstoffwechsel

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Zusammenfassung

Mit zunehmendem Alter steigt die Prävalenz zahlreicher Erkrankungen und gesundheitlicher Risikofaktoren (z. B. Herz-Kreislauf-Erkrankungen, Metabolisches Syndrom, Typ-2-Diabetes, Bluthochdruck, Adipositas, Fettstoffwechselstörung).

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  1. 1.Sport- und BewegungswissenschaftenUniversität SalzburgHallein/RifÖsterreich

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