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NIH Program to Fund Research on Molecular Changes Associated With Physical Activity

NIH Program to Fund Research on Molecular Changes Associated With Physical Activity News & Analysis Health Agencies Update NIH Program to Fund Research on Anxiety Disorders Affect 4.3 Million Molecular Changes Associated With Working US Adults Physical Activity About 3.7% of adults in the United States To help researchers understand how physi- who hold full-time jobs—4.3 million cal activity improves the functioning of people—had 1 or more anxiety disorders in organs and tissue in humans, the National the past year, according to a recent Sub- Institute of Health’s (NIH’s) Common Fund stance Abuse and Mental Health Services will award $170 million in grants to Administration (SAMHSA) report (http://1 researchers over the next 5 years to study .usa.gov/1JTVQAV). This report was based how exercise affects the human body at on data from SAMHSA’s 2008-2012 the molecular level (http://1.usa.gov National Survey on Drug Use and Health, /1FM1X5r). The goal of the Molecular Trans- derived from responses from 67 500 ducers of Physical Activity in Humans pro- people 12 years and older in the United gram is to identify biological molecules States who took part in the SAMHSA sur- affected by physical activity, pinpoint key vey between 2008 and 2012 (http://1.usa molecules responsible for the systemic .gov/1Rtcf03). Anxiety disorders included NIH program aims to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

NIH Program to Fund Research on Molecular Changes Associated With Physical Activity

JAMA , Volume 314 (4) – Jul 28, 2015

NIH Program to Fund Research on Molecular Changes Associated With Physical Activity

Abstract

News & Analysis Health Agencies Update NIH Program to Fund Research on Anxiety Disorders Affect 4.3 Million Molecular Changes Associated With Working US Adults Physical Activity About 3.7% of adults in the United States To help researchers understand how physi- who hold full-time jobs—4.3 million cal activity improves the functioning of people—had 1 or more anxiety disorders in organs and tissue in humans, the National the past year, according to a recent Sub- Institute of...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2015 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.2015.7781
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Abstract

News & Analysis Health Agencies Update NIH Program to Fund Research on Anxiety Disorders Affect 4.3 Million Molecular Changes Associated With Working US Adults Physical Activity About 3.7% of adults in the United States To help researchers understand how physi- who hold full-time jobs—4.3 million cal activity improves the functioning of people—had 1 or more anxiety disorders in organs and tissue in humans, the National the past year, according to a recent Sub- Institute of Health’s (NIH’s) Common Fund stance Abuse and Mental Health Services will award $170 million in grants to Administration (SAMHSA) report (http://1 researchers over the next 5 years to study .usa.gov/1JTVQAV). This report was based how exercise affects the human body at on data from SAMHSA’s 2008-2012 the molecular level (http://1.usa.gov National Survey on Drug Use and Health, /1FM1X5r). The goal of the Molecular Trans- derived from responses from 67 500 ducers of Physical Activity in Humans pro- people 12 years and older in the United gram is to identify biological molecules States who took part in the SAMHSA sur- affected by physical activity, pinpoint key vey between 2008 and 2012 (http://1.usa molecules responsible for the systemic .gov/1Rtcf03). Anxiety disorders included NIH program aims to

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 28, 2015

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