Volume 3 Issue 2

Volume 3 Issue 2

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Editorial 

New Frontiers of Science Edification: Growing Commitments

Akbar Nikkhah*

The objective of this policy article was to describe innovative frontiers of science education for quality economy and life in the new rising era. Science and technology education in the postmodern time will not be counted on merely on the basis of practical or purely hypothetical realizations and achievements. The capability to preserve embryonic tendencies in science and technology education will rely on generating the type of scientists and researchers who can capacitate education and creation of more and not less qualified than own.

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Policy Article 

Optimal Exercise Intensity in Obese Individuals

Jérémy Coquart*

In obese individuals, it is clearly established that body mass reduction decreases health risks associated with chronic diseases (e.g., type 2 diabetes, arterial hypertension, cardiovascular diseases). Therefore, body mass reduction is encouraged by major health agencies. To achieve this aim and avoid weight regain after weight loss, physical activity (PA) is recommended. If a consensus seems to have been found for the minimal training volume (i.e., at least 150 min.wk-1 of moderate-intensity PA). more discrepancies appear for the exercise intensities.

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