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  1. Poor vascular health may impair brain health in adolescents
  2. Sedentary lifestyle puts strain on young hearts
  3. The associations of depressive symptoms and perceived stress with arterial health in adolescents
  4. Changes in the bone-strengthening physical activity levels during adolescence
  5. Sports and exercise promote bone health in youth
  6. Associations of diet quality and food consumption with serum biomarkers for lipid and amino acid metabolism in Finnish children: the PANIC study
  7. Performance in 20-metre shuttle run test is positively associated with brain health in children
  8. Physical fitness levels since childhood predict cerebellar volume in adolescence.
  9. A healthy diet, reading, and doing sports promote reasoning skills in children
  10. Accumulating Sedentary Time and Physical Activity from Childhood to Adolescence and Cardiac Function in Adolescence
  11. Relationships of BMI, muscle-to-fat ratio, and handgrip strength-to-BMI ratio to physical fitness in Spanish children and adolescents
  12. Cross-Lagged Associations between Physical Activity, Motor Performance, and Academic Skills in Primary-School Children
  13. Good physical fitness does not protect the child from obesity-related low-grade inflammation
  14. Maintaining muscle mass supports women's arterial health from youth to middle age
  15. Effects of regular sauna bathing in conjunction with exercise on cardiovascular function: a multi-arm, randomized controlled trial
  16. Is low cardiorespiratory fitness a feature of metabolic syndrome in children and adults?
  17. Associations between physical activity, motor skills, executive functions and early numeracy in preschoolers
  18. Associations of resting and peak fat oxidation with sex hormone profile and blood glucose control in middle-aged women
  19. The effects of an 8-year individualised lifestyle intervention on food consumption and nutrient intake from childhood to adolescence: the PANIC Study
  20. Longitudinal and cross‐sectional associations of adherence to 24‐hour movement guidelines with cardiometabolic risk
  21. Associations of fitness, motor competence, and adiposity with the indicators of physical activity intensity during different physical activities in children
  22. Longitudinal associations of physical activity, sedentary time, and cardiorespiratory fitness with arterial health in children – the PANIC study
  23. Physical activity and low-grade inflammation in children
  24. Associations of age, body size, and maturation with physical activity intensity in different laboratory tasks in children
  25. Motor competence, obesity, and aerobic fitness in children
  26. Associations of cardiorespiratory fitness, adiposity, and arterial stiffness with cognition in youth
  27. A 2 year physical activity and dietary intervention attenuates the increase in insulin resistance in a general population of children: the PANIC study
  28. Validity of traditional physical activity intensity calibration methods and the feasibility of self-paced walking and running on individualised calibration of physical activity intensity in children
  29. The effects of a 2-year physical activity and dietary intervention on plasma lipid concentrations in children: the PANIC Study
  30. Aerobic fitness, exercise, obesity and heart health in middle-aged men and women
  31. Role of dietary carbohydrates and fatty acids in cognition among children
  32. What we know about the role of nutrition, exercise, and sleep in brain health and learning in youth
  33. Children with increased risk for metabolic syndrome also have impaired regulation of the heart
  34. Physical activity and reduced sedentary time may decrease risk of type 2 diabetes in children
  35. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, aerobic fitness, and heart health in children
  36. Longitudinal associations of physical activity and pubertal development with academic achievement in adolescents
  37. Prevention of cardiovascular diseases since early childhood – is keeping kids at normal weight the best investment?
  38. Environmental Correlates of Motor Competence in Children—The Skilled Kids Study
  39. Fitness and vascular health in young Fontan patients
  40. Aerobic fitness, arterial stiffness, and arterial dilatation capacity in children
  41. Aerobic fitness cut-points to identify metabolic syndrome in children
  42. Increasing vigorous exercise decreas risk of type 2 diabetes already in children
  43. Does motor skills or aerobic fitness boost children's cognitive functions?
  44. Low fitness may indicate poor arterial health in adolescents
  45. Genetic risk of Alzheimer's disease and risk factors for cardiovascular diseases in children
  46. Reproducibility of arterial stiffness in youth
  47. Physical literacy explain the inverse association between obesity and academic achievement
  48. Physical activity and heart health in children
  49. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and academic achievement in children
  50. Physical activity and sedentary behavior in children from different sosioeconomic backgrounds
  51. Effects of high intensity interval training on attention, memory, and executive functions in youth
  52. Healthy diet and academic performance in school-aged children
  53. Cross-Sectional Associations of Objectively-Measured Physical Activity and Sedentary Time with Body Composition and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Mid-Childhood: The PANIC Study
  54. The effects of a 2-year individualized and family-based lifestyle intervention on physical activity, sedentary behavior and diet in children
  55. Adiposity, physical activity and neuromuscular performance in children
  56. Neural effects of exercise, diet and sleep
  57. Children’s motor competence is more strongly associated with cognition than fitness and obesity
  58. Diet quality and cognitive function in children
  59. Good cardiorespiratory fitness and physical activity are related to better heart health in children
  60. Associations of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior with Academic Skills – A Follow-Up Study among Primary School Children
  61. Are children's motor skills and aerobic fitness linked to reading and math skills?
  62. Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Motor Skills in Relation to Cognition and Academic Performance in Children – A Review
  63. Physical Activity, Academic Performance and Cognition in Children and Adolescents. A Systematic Review