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Plan B - Open Access

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This document contains Plan B abstracts presented by graduate students at the Health and Nutritional Sciences Free Communication Day, held on April 30th 2019.

Abstract titles include:

  • Effect of supervised aquatic therapy and supervised land-based therapy on chronic low back pain.
  • The College Football Recruiting Process and Ways to Improve It
  • The Effects of Probiotics on Depression and Anxiety
  • Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy versus Physical Therapy: Best Intervention to Improve Outcomes in Patients with Meniscal Tears?
  • Does the inclusion of mental health education programs have an effect on the help seeking behavior of collegiate student-athletes?
  • Establishing a Sustainable Nutrition Education Program for Young Children
  • Detecting Cardiac Pathology to Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) in Athletes: The Role of ECG Implementation.
  • Does an increase in cervical muscle strength reduce the incidence of concussion in collegiate women’s soccer players?
  • Teaching adults with disability to prepare healthy foods to increase independence and improve quality of dietary intake.
  • Single-Sport Specialization and the Correlation of Athletic Success: A Literature Review.
  • Eat Smart Live Strong: Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Physical Activity Among Older Adults Through Community-Based Intervention
  • Validity Between International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ-SF) and Measured Physical Activity in US Adolescents
  • Dynamic Pricing Strategy for South Dakota State University Athletic Facility Rentals Determined by Peak and Non-Peak Hours
  • Barriers and Facilitators of Weight Management in Children with Down Syndrome
  • Associations Between Child Perceptions of Physical Activity Supports and Barriers and Measured Physical Activity in Rural 3rd – 5th Grade Children
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Awareness, Knowledge, and Status in Young Adults
  • Gut Microbiota: Emerging Research and Its Influence on Chronic Disease


Abstracts are copyrighted by the Author(s)