Growth and aging
The overall purpose of the 4HAIE study was to assess the influence of the interaction between air pollution and biomechanical, physiological and psychosocial factors on the incidence of injuries, health and well-being. A total of 1,500 active runners and inactive controls aged 18-65 will be recruited. Herein, we describe the biomechanical study design with data examples to investigate musculoskeletal and neuro-mechanics health in different air quality regions.
Jandacka, Daniel; Uchytil, Jaroslav; Zahradnik, David; Farana, Roman; Vilimek, Dominik; Skypala, Jiri; Urbaczka, Jan; Plesek, Jan; Motyka, Adam; Blaschova, Denisa; Beinhauerova, Gabriela; Rygelova, Marketa; Brtva, Pavel; Golembiovska, Zuzana; Balazova, Klara; Malus, Jan; Horka, Veronika; Silvernail, Julia Freedman; Irwin, Gareth; Nieminen, Miika T.; Casula, Victor; Juras, Vlado; Golian, Milos; Elavsky, Steriani; Knapova, Lenka; Sram, Radim; and Hamill, Joseph
"BIOMECHANICS IN THE 4HAIE STUDY: AIR POLLUTION AND MUSCULOSKELETAL HEALTH - AN UPDATE,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 38:
1, Article 195.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol38/iss1/195