Metabolic Syndrome at a Predominantly Hispanic Institution in South Texas among Kinesiology Majors 18-30 Years Old
The article presents a study that determined the prevalence of metabolic syndrome among Kinesiology majors at a predominantly Hispanic institution in south Texas. Topics include students' predisposition for diabetes, dyslipidemia and insulin resistance, components of metabolic syndrome and gender differences in physical and metabolic characteristics.
Gonzalez, J., Davenport, M., Renolla, E., Cartagenas, A., Escamilla, D., Chandler, K., Jorgensen, L., Gray, R., & Soojin Yoo. (2015). Metabolic Syndrome at a Predominantly Hispanic Institution in South Texas among Kinesiology Majors 18-30 Years Old. TAHPERD Journal, 83(3), 8–12.