*  Walking Dead - Wikipedia
Walking Dead and its derivations may refer to: The Walking Dead (1936 film), an American horror film starring Boris Karloff and Marguerite Churchill The Walking Dead (1995 film), an American war film starring Madison Michelle and Andrew Gregg Walking Dead, a 2009 novel in the Atticus Kodiak series by Greg Rucka The Walking Dead, a 2007 novel by Gerald Seymour The Walking Dead (EP), a 1995 EP by Saint Vitus "The Walking Dead Theme Song", by Bear McCreary "Walking Dead", a 2002 song by Puressence from the album Planet Helpless "Walking Dead" (song), a 2005 song by Z-Trip "The Walking Dead", a 2005 song by Dropkick Murphys from The Warrior's Code "The Walking Dead", a 2006 song by Zebrahead from Broadcast to the World "The Walking Dead", a 2008 song by Spinnerette from Spinnerette "Walking ...
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*  Walking on Air - Wikipedia
Walking on Air è il secondo singolo estratto dall'album Love Is Dead della cantante estone Kerli. Il video è stato diretto dallo studio "Aggressive" che l'ha anche prodotto insieme a JP Fox. È stato mandato in première su MTV Overdrive il 20 maggio del 2008. Caratterizzato da un'ambientazione cupa e gotica, il videoclip vede Kerli ricevere una piccola bambola che le è stata donata da un giocattolaio. Walking on Air (radio edit) - 3:47 Walking on Air (versione integrale) - 4:27 Walking on Air (Ralphi Rosario & Craig J Club Mix) - 9:46 Walking on Air (Josh Harris Club Mix) - 8:06 Walking on Air (Lindbergh Palace Full Mix) - 6:23 Walking on Air (Armin van Buuren Club Mix) - 7:43 Walking on Air (Ralphi Rosario Big Dub) - 9:32 ^ Kerli - Walking on air , Motiongraphics.it - Grafica in movimento, Motion Graphics, Motion Design, Video Arte e Tutorial ^ a b c d e f ...
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*  Walking on Air - Wikipedia
Walking on Air or Walkin' on Air may refer to: "Walking on Air" (Anise K song), 2012 "Walking on Air" (Katy Perry song), 2013 "Walking on Air" (Kerli song), 2008 Walking on Air (1936 film), directed by Joseph Santley Walkin' on Air, a 1987 album by Bobbysocks "Walking on Air", a song by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark from the album Sugar Tax "Walking on Air", a 1995 song by King Crimson "Walking on Air", a song by the Bee Gees from This Is Where I Came In Walking On Air (2016 song), a Radio Dept. song composed by frontman Martin Carlberg "Sooner or Later (Walkin' on Air)", a song by the Moody Blues from Strange Times Walking on Air, American musical film starring Maudie Edwards "Walking in the Air", a song from the 1982 animated film The ...
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*  A Community-based Social Networking Intervention to Increase Walking in Dog Owners - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
This is a group randomized trial where 8 communities in Worcester and Lowell (4 per city) will be randomly assigned to the 6-month dog walking intervention or a standard, self-help, print-based physical activity control condition. Dog owners (N=120; 15 per community) will be recruited. The intervention includes a social networking website, monthly newsletters, twice monthly neighborhood dog walks and community events. The intervention will: 1) educate owners about the benefits of dog walking to themselves and their dog, 2) teach strategies for regular dog walking, 3) teach dog walking tips and provide dog training seminars, 4) promote self-monitoring and goal setting for dog walking, 5) provide social networking opportunities for dog owners and 6) promote a sense of community via participation in neighborhood dog walks and community events. Intervention feasibility will be assessed by measures of implementation success, ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01593449
*  Nordic walking - Wikipedia
Nordic walking is a total body version of walking that can be enjoyed both by non-athletes as a health-promoting physical activity, and by athletes as a sport. The activity is performed with specially designed walking poles similar to ski poles. Nordic walking (originally Finnish sauvakävely) is fitness walking with specially designed poles. While trekkers, backpackers and skiers had been using the basic concept for decades, Nordic Walking was first formally defined with the publication of "Hiihdon lajiosa" (translation: "A part of cross-country skiing training methodic") by Mauri Repo in 1979. ( Works related to Hiihdon lajiosa at Wikisource.) Nordic Walking's concept was developed on the basis of off-season ski-training activity while using one-piece ski poles. For decades hikers and backpackers used their one-piece ski poles long before trekking and Nordic walking poles ...
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*  Walk Time, Not Intensity, May Be Most Important in Stroke Risk Reduction
A new study has reaffirmed a link between stroke reduction and walking in older men-but the link has more to do with time spent walking than intensity of the activity.. In an article published in the November 14 issue of Stroke, British researchers report on data involving 3,357 ambulatory men who took part in a 10-year study related to heart health. The men ranged in age from 60 to 80 and were grouped according to time spent walking, among other factors.. Researchers found that over the 10-year period, the men who spent more time walking every week (8 to 14 hours) reduced risk of stroke by about 33% over those who spent minimal time walking (0 to 3 hours a week). That finding wasn't surprising in itself, but when researchers compared distance/speed data among time cohorts, they found no significant association between distance and risk reduction. In other words, time spent walking mattered more than pace.. ...
  http://www.apta.org/PTinMotion/NewsNow/2013/11/21/WalkingStrokePrevention/?blogmonth=1&blogday=13&blogyear=2014&blogid=10737418615
*  Walk Time, Not Intensity, May Be Most Important in Stroke Risk Reduction
A new study has reaffirmed a link between stroke reduction and walking in older men-but the link has more to do with time spent walking than intensity of the activity.. In an article published in the November 14 issue of Stroke, British researchers report on data involving 3,357 ambulatory men who took part in a 10-year study related to heart health. The men ranged in age from 60 to 80 and were grouped according to time spent walking, among other factors.. Researchers found that over the 10-year period, the men who spent more time walking every week (8 to 14 hours) reduced risk of stroke by about 33% over those who spent minimal time walking (0 to 3 hours a week). That finding wasn't surprising in itself, but when researchers compared distance/speed data among time cohorts, they found no significant association between distance and risk reduction. In other words, time spent walking mattered more than pace.. ...
  http://www.apta.org/PTinMotion/NewsNow/2013/11/21/WalkingStrokePrevention/?category=New%20in%20Research&blogid=10737418615
*  Clinical validation of the Walking Impairment Questionnaire in patients with peripheral arterial disease: defining high and low...
Objective: The validity of the Walking Impairment Questionnaire (WIQ) as a clinical tool for use by clinicians in the conservative management of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) has not been well established. The objective of this study was to determine the validity of the WIQ as a tool to identify high and low walking ability (performance) in patients with PAD. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study and enrolled 132 new and existing PAD patients who consecutively attended the vascular clinic at Kingston General Hospital between May 2010 and May 2011. Patients with an Ankle Brachial Index ≤0.9 were approached for study inclusion. Participants were excluded if they had (a) severe ischemia requiring intervention; (b) comorbid conditions that limited walking (angina, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or severe arthritis); (c) wheel chair, cane or walker requirement; (d) non-compressible arteries; and/or (e) ...
  http://qspace.library.queensu.ca/jspui/handle/1974/6672
*  Assessment of exercise tolerance of older men practicing Nordic Walking - Advances in Rehabilitation - Tom 29, Numer 3 (2015) -...
Introduction: The aim of the study was to determine the impact of systematic individual Nordic Walking training on physical performance in older men. Material and methods: The study included 18 men (aged 52 to 73), divided into two groups. Group I (the experimental group) underwent an 8-week Nordic Walking training, while group II (the control group) did not perform any physical activity during the analyzed period. The level of physical exercise tolerance was assessed twice: at the beginning and after eight weeks of the study period using the Finnish walking test and the 30-minute walking test. The results were analyzed with the use of Statistica 10. software. Results: The results of the initial Finnish walking test show that the average values of the Fitness Index, time of a 2-kilometer distance coverage and HR were similar in both study groups. After 8 weeks, a statistically significant improvement in exercise tolerance ...
  http://yadda.icm.edu.pl/yadda/element/bwmeta1.element.-psjd-doi-10_1515_rehab-2015-0030
*  Vital Signs: Walking Among Adults - United States, 2005 and 2010
Background: Physical activity has numerous health benefits, including improving weight management. The 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend ≥150 minutes/week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity (e.g., brisk walking) for substantial health benefits. Walking is the most commonly reported physical activity by U.S. adults.. Methods: CDC used data from the 2005 and 2010 National Health Interview Surveys to assess changes in prevalence of walking (defined as walking for transportation or leisure in at least one bout of 10 minutes or more in the preceding 7 days) by sex, age group, race/ethnicity, education, body mass index category, walking assistance status, region, and physician-diagnosed chronic disease. CDC also assessed the association between walking and meeting the aerobic physical activity guideline. Results: Overall, walking prevalence increased ...
  https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6131a4.htm?s_cid=mm6131a4_w
*  How to get a nation walking: reach, retention, participant characteristics and program implications of Heart Foundation Walking...
Heart Foundation Walking is a large, free, community walking program that is unique in its scale and population reach, engaging more than 22,000 registered participants at the time of this evaluation. The program reached and retained a large number of participants, including vulnerable groups. The program had particularly high reach in remote and sparsely populated regions where physical activity facilities and programs are likely to be limited. Retention rates compare favourably to others reported in the scientific literature [20, 21].. The recruitment success of walking groups is often measured by the numbers of participants joining, rather than the reach to those who stand to benefit most [22]. However, walking groups have the potential to widen health inequities if they are not sensitively targeted to reach and cater to the needs of these high-risk groups [7] including women, people who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, older adults, ...
  https://ijbnpa.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12966-017-0617-5
*  Prefrontal Cortex Activation While Walking Under Dual-Task Conditions in Stroke: A Multimodal Imaging Study. - Wellcome Centre...
Background Walking while performing another task (eg, talking) is challenging for many stroke survivors, yet its neural basis are not fully understood. Objective To investigate prefrontal cortex activation and its relationship to gait measures while walking under single-task (ST) and dual-task (DT) conditions (ie, walking while simultaneously performing a cognitive task) in stroke survivors. Methods We acquired near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) data from the prefrontal cortex during treadmill walking in ST and DT conditions in chronic stroke survivors and healthy controls. We also acquired functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and NIRS during simulated walking under these conditions. Results NIRS revealed increased oxygenated hemoglobin concentration in DT-walking compared with ST-walking for both groups. For simulated walking, NIRS showed a significant effect of ...
  https://www.win.ox.ac.uk/publications/588148
*  Walking Away - Wikipedia
Walking Away may refer to: "Walkin' Away" (Clint Black song) "Walking Away" (Craig David song), 2000 "Walkin' Away" (Diamond Rio song) "Walking Away" (Information Society song), 1988 "Walking Away" (K.One song), 2010 "Walking Away", a song by The Egg "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)", a mash-up of the song with David Guetta's "Love Don't Let Me Go" Walking Away, a poem by Cecil Day-Lewis, 1962 Walking Away (Harper and Row, 1973), a children's book by Elizabeth Winthrop and illustrated by Noelle Massena "Walkin' Away", by Kix from Midnite Dynamite "Walking Away", by Limp Bizkit from Gold Cobra Walk Away (disambiguation ...
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*  Self-reported daily walking time in COPD: relationship with relevant c | COPD
Self-reported daily walking time in COPD: relationship with relevant clinical and functional characteristics Maria A Ramon,1–3 Cristina Esquinas,1 Miriam Barrecheguren,1 Eulogio Pleguezuelos,4,5 Jesús Molina,6 José A Quintano,7 Miguel Roman-Rodríguez,8 Karlos Naberan,9 Carl Llor,10 Carlos Roncero,11–14 Marc Miravitlles1,3 1Department of Pneumology, Vall d’Hebron University Hospital, 2Faculty of Medicine, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 3Biomedical Research Networking Center Consortium of Respiratory Diseases (CIBERES), 4Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Mataró Hospital, 5TecnoCampus, College of Health Sciences, University of Pompeu Fabra, Mataró-Maresme, Barcelona, 6Francia Health Center, Dirección Asistencial Oeste, Madrid, 7Lucena Health Center I, Lucena, Córdoba, 8Son Pisà Primary Health Care Center, Palma de Mallorca, 9Campo de Belchite Health Center, Zaragoza, 10Primary Care Centre Via Roma, ...
  https://www.dovepress.com/self-reported-daily-walking-time-in-copd-relationship-with-relevant-cl-peer-reviewed-article-COPD
*  Walking study in CP highlights need for tailored orthotic prescription | LERpediatrics.com
The pilot study results, published in the summer issue of Pediatric Physical Therapy, suggest most children weren't wearing orthoses or footwear that helped them improve their daily walking activity in amount or intensity, Bjornson and colleagues wrote. They pointed out that the two children whose shank-to-vertical angle was optimized were also those who demonstrated the greatest positive effects of AFOs and footwear on daily walking activity and intensity.. "When they walked, they walked at higher rates," Bjornson said. "Kids with CP walk slower and can't keep up with their peers. So, hopefully, interventions would help them walk more, and, when they do walk, walk faster. Hopefully they can keep up with their peers walking to the bus, or they can run to first base when they want to when they play baseball.". Elaine Owen, MSc, MCSP, a pediatric physical therapist at the Child Development Center in Bangor, North Wales, UK, told LER: Pediatrics the benefits ...
  http://lerpediatrics.com/issues/may/walking-study-in-cp-highlights-need-for-tailored-orthotic-prescription/
*  Hand walking - Wikipedia
Hand walking is an unusual form of human locomotion in which a person travels in a vertically inverted orientation with all body weight resting on the hands. It can be executed with legs fully extended or with variations such as stag, straddle or front splits. Hand walking is performed in various athletic activities, including acro dance and circus acrobatics. Hand walking is a skill that relies on a prerequisite ability to perform handstands, which in turn requires adequate upper body pressing strength in the deltoids and triceps as well as a heightened sense of balance and spatial awareness. Because the body is inverted during hand walking, blood pressure in the brain is greater than normal. As with other physical skills, one must practice hand walking in order to become proficient and develop adequate endurance. Handstands and hand walking are often learned at the same time because hand ...
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*  Preferred walking speed - Wikipedia
The preferred walking speed is the speed at which humans or animals choose to walk. Many people tend to walk at about 1.4 m/s (5.0 km/h; 3.1 mph; 4.6 ft/s). Although many people are capable of walking at speeds upwards of 2.5 m/s (9.0 km/h; 5.6 mph; 8.2 ft/s), especially for short distances, they typically choose not to. Individuals find slower or faster speeds uncomfortable. Horses have also demonstrated normal, narrow distributions of preferred walking speed within a given gait, which suggests that the process of speed selection may follow similar patterns across species. Preferred walking speed has important clinical applications as an indicator of mobility and independence. For example, elderly people or people suffering from osteoarthritis must walk more slowly. Improving (increasing) people's preferred walking speed is a significant clinical goal in these populations. People have suggested mechanical, ...
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*  China Electronic Walking Stick suppliers on Alibaba.com
China Electronic Walking Stick, Electronic Walking Stick from China Supplier - Find Variety Electronic Walking Stick from wooden walking stick ,canes and walking sticks ,curved walking stick, Walking Sticks Suppliers Located in China, Buy Electronic Walking Stick Made in China on Alibaba.com
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*  Walking vehicle - Wikipedia
A walking vehicle is a vehicle that moves on legs rather than wheels or tracks. Walking vehicles have been constructed with anywhere from one to more than eight legs. They are classified according to the number of legs with common configurations being one leg (pogo stick or "hopper"), two legs (biped), four legs (quadruped), and six legs (hexapod). There are a few prototypes of walking vehicles. Currently almost all of these are experimental or proof of concept, and as such may never see mass production. While the mobility of walking vehicles is arguably higher than that of wheeled or tracked vehicles, their inherent complexity has limited their use mainly to experimental vehicles. Examples of manned walking vehicles include General Electric's Walking truck, the University of Duisburg-Essen's ALDURO. Timberjack, a subsidiary of John Deere, built a practical hexapod Walking Forest Machine ...
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*  Walking pneumonia symptoms: an overview - Bacterial Pneumonia
Walking pneumonia symptoms are very common. Walking pneumonia is actually the most common form of pneumonia. It is often referred to by Doctors and those in the medical field as atypical pneumonia. Pneumonia can be very dangers and even lethal. For most forms of pneumonia it is vital that you get to the hospital or the Doctors office as soon as possible to get checked out. With walking pneumonia most people do not even need to go to the hospital or Doctors office.. Walking pneumonia is definitely not enjoyable; however, walking pneumonia is not near as dangerous as other varieties of pneumonia; however, in older people it can be lethal. Here are some of walking pneumonia symptoms so you will know when you may be getting sick with it.. Severe Cough. If you get a severe cough and it is dry then you may have walking pneumonia. Generally someone with walking pneumonia will have ...
  https://www.bacterialpneumonia.net/walking-pneumonia-symptoms-overview/
*  Walking Tall - Wikipedia
Walking Tall puede referirse a: Walking Tall, titulada en España Pisando fuerte, película de 1973. Dirigida por Phil Karlson y protagonizada por Joe Don Baker. Walking Tall Part 2, secuela de la anterior, estrenada el 28 de septiembre de 1975. Protagonizada por Bo Svenson. Walking Tall: Final Chapter, secuela de la anterior, estrenada el 10 de agosto de 1977. Protagonizada por Bo Svenson. Walking Tall, serie de televisión de 1981. Walking Tall, película de 2004, remake de la película de 1973. Dirigida por Kevin Bray y protagonizada por Dwayne Johnson. Walking Tall: The Payback, película de 2007, protagonizada por Kevin Sorbo. Walking Tall: Lone Justice, película de 2007, protagonizada por Kevin Sorbo ...
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*  Take A Walk With Friends To Improve Health And Morale: The Rise Of Walking Groups
When scientists measured participants before and after they joined a walking group, there were significant differences. Here's the case for rallying up friends and co-workers to go for regular walks.
  http://www.medicaldaily.com/take-walk-friends-improve-health-and-morale-rise-walking-groups-318836
*  Walking stick - Wikipedia
A walking stick is a device used to facilitate walking, for fashion, or for defensive reasons. Walking sticks come in many shapes and sizes, and can be sought by collectors. Some kinds of walking stick may be used by people with disabilities as a crutch. The walking stick has also historically been known to be used as a defensive or offensive weapon, and may conceal a knife or sword as in a swordstick. Walking sticks, also known as trekking poles, pilgrim's staffs, hiking poles or hiking sticks, are used by hikers for a wide variety of purposes: to clear spider webs, or part thick bushes or grass obscuring the trail; as a support when going uphill or a brake when going downhill; as a balance point when crossing streams, swamps or other rough terrain; to feel for obstacles in the path; to test mud and puddles for depth; to enhance the cadence of striding, and as a defence against wild animals. Also known as ...
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*  Abstract 19709: Lower Ankle-Brachial Index Within the Normal Range is Associated With Reduced Mitochondrial Energy Production,...
Introduction: Reduced walking endurance in peripheral arterial disease, defined as ABI ,0.9, has been attributed to impaired muscle mitochondrial energetics. Individuals with borderline ABI between 0.9 and 1.0, or low normal ABI between 1.0 and 1.1 also have been found to have worse walking endurance than those with higher ABI.. Hypothesis: Poor walking endurance in individuals with lower ABI in borderline and normal ranges is mediated by impaired mitochondrial energy production.. Methods: We examined 382 men and women participating in the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, who were free of PAD. Walking endurance was assessed by 400 meter rapid gate speed (RGS-400). Muscle mitochondrial energy production was assessed by post-exercise phosphocreatine recovery rate constant (KPCr) measured by phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31P-MRS) of the left thigh; reduced KPCr reflects decreased mitochondria energy production. Ipsilateral ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/134/Suppl_1/A19709
*  IML Walking Association - Wikipedia
The IML Walking Association, until 2006 the International Marching League (IML), is a non-profit organization which promotes recreational walking in the form of international non-competitive multi-day walking events ("marches") in its member countries. The motto of the organization is Nos iungat ambulare ("May walking bring us together"). IML originated from activities of the Dutch organization KNBLO (now the KWBN) who organises the International Four Days Marches Nijmegen and who upon the success of this event and increasing participation of foreign walkers helped to establish similar events in other countries, beginning in the late 1960s. These events include Hærvejsmarchen in Denmark, La Marche de l'Armée in Diekirch, the International Four Days March in Castlebar, and the Two Days Marches of Bern. In 1977 the Japan Walking Association established the Japan Three Day March, the first multi-day walking ...
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