Activité Physique et Prévention des Maladies


Un cours des plus complets qui couvre les problèmes de santé parmi les plus fréquents toujours avec une perspective reliée à l’activité physique. Durant ce cours de 15h de contenu en ligne, il sera question de l’étroite relation en l’activité physique et la pathogenèse de différentes maladies comme l’hypertension, le diabète de type 1 & 2, les maladies du cœur, la santé mentale, etc.
Un cours complet qui distingue les effets de la sédentarité de ceux de l’activité physique et qui propose une vision élargie de l’importance de l’activité physique dans le développement et le maintien de la santé physique et mentale aujourd’hui.

Le cours regroupe l’ensemble des cours de la série Activité Physique et Prévention des Maladies

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