Sex differences in response to forced-treadmill exercise
Obesity is a global health problem that affects individuals of every age, sex, ethnicity, race, and socioeconomic status, however, there is a greater prevalence of obesity in women. Despite numerous well-known aspects of energy homeostasis that are unique to female physiology, there is an overall lack of mechanistic studies investigating obesity or potential obesity treatments in female animal models. Regular exercise has emerged as a strategy with great potential to improve outcomes in obesity treatment. However, an understanding of the individual variability imparted by sex differences in the ...
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