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Kasap, Murat; Erdemir, Ibrahim; Kayhan, Recep Fatih – Journal of Education and Training Studies, 2018
The study aims to determine whether water intake during resistance training impacts the amounts of potassium (K+), sodium (Na+), magnesium (Mg), and calcium (Ca) and to identify the effects of the reactions of these minerals on performance. Ten male university students aged between 20 and 23 participated in the study. The participants did five…
Descriptors: Water, Physical Education, Physical Activities, Athletics
Bhattacharya, Jayanta; Currie, Janet; Haider, Steven J. – US Department of Agriculture, 2004
This study develops estimates of the efficacy of school nutrition programs in improving a broad range of dietary outcomes by comparing the nutritional status of students and their families during the school year with the status when school is out. The study finds evidence that children who have a School Breakfast Program (SBP) available consume a…
Descriptors: Lunch Programs, Breakfast Programs, Nutrition, Program Effectiveness
Schwerdt, Peter – 1989
Translated from its original German because of the great interest in mass deacidification in the United States, this report summarizes a substantial study of deacidification techniques conducted for the West German Library by the Battelle Institute. It begins with a summary of the findings of the study, which is followed by discussions of: (1) The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, International Cooperation, Library Cooperation, Library Expenditures
Conners, C. Keith – 1971
The study compared the efficacy, side effects, and safety of magnesium pemoline (Cylert) and destroamphetamine (Dexedrine) as compared with placebo. Subjects were 81 children, ages 6-12 years, who evidenced one or more signs of minimal brain dysfunction, and were referred with major complaints of hyperactivity, short attention span,…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Drug Therapy, Exceptional Child Research, Hyperactivity
Gleason, Philip; Suitor, Carol – 2001
Since the late 1980s, identifying nutritional problems in children's and adults' diets and developing initiatives to help Americans improve what they eat have received considerable attention. This policy brief summarizes 2 studies of children's nutrition with the objectives of describing the diets of school-age children as of the mid-1990s,…
Descriptors: Children, Eating Habits, Federal Programs, Nutrition
Turko, Karen – 1990
Library administrators, faced with the problems of acid-paper deterioration, are examining mass deacidification procedures. Mass deacidification of acidic books while they are still physically sound and not yet brittle is the most cost-effective corrective action to extend the life of the paper. There are currently at least five mass…
Descriptors: Books, Cost Effectiveness, Decision Making, Evaluation Methods