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Scientific articles

Being physically fit protects men with high physical work demands against adverse cardiovascular effects. Men with low and medium physical fitness have an increased risk of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality if exposed to high physical work demands.

The list shows scientific articles on work, fitness and heart disease written by researchers from NRCWE in collaboration with other researchers.

  • Holtermann A. Mortensen OS. Burr H. Søgaard K. Gyntelberg F. Suadicani P. Long work hours and physical fitness – 30-year risk of ischemic heart disease and all-cause mortality among middle-aged Caucasian men. Heart. 2010, epub ahead of print.
  • Holtermann A. Mortensen OS. Burr H. Søgaard K. Gyntelberg F. Suadicani P. Physical work demands, hypertension status, and risk of ischemic heart disease and all-cause mortality in the Copenhagen Male Study. Scandinavian Journal of Work & Environmental Health. 2010, 36:466-472.
  • Holtermann A. Mortensen OS. Burr H. Søgaard K. Gyntelberg F. Suadicani P. Fitness, work and leisure-time physical activity, and ischaemic heart disease and all-cause mortality among men with pre-existing cardiovascular disease. Scandinavian Journal of Work & Environmental Health. 2010, 36:366-372.
  • Holtermann A. Mortensen OS. Burr H. Søgaard K. Gyntelberg F. Suadicani P. Physical demands at work, physical fitness, and 30-year ischaemic heart disease and all-cause mortality in the Copenhagen Male Study. Scandinavian Journal of Work & Environmental Health. 2010, 36:357-365.
  • Holtermann A. Mortensen OS. Burr H. Søgaard K. Gyntelberg F. Suadicani P. The interplay between physical activity at work and during leisure time – risk of ischemic heart disease and all-cause mortality in middle-aged Caucasian men. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Environmental Health, 2009, 35:466-474.
 11.10.2010
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