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The articles "Anthracycline Chemotherapy-Associated Cardiotoxicity: Lifestyle Interventions to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Risk," "Effects of Creatine and Resistance Training on Cognition in Older Adults," and "Common Indian Spices and Health Benefits" are approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, an accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration, for CPEU.
Each article has been approved for:
CPE Level: 1
"Anthracycline Chemotherapy-Associated Cardiotoxicity: Lifestyle Interventions to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Risk"
- Explain the potential mechanisms and most probable mediators involved in the cardiotoxic effects of doxorubicin.
- Discuss how aerobic exercise might protect against the cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin, and explain the limitations of these findings.
- Describe the caveats regarding ingestion of antioxidants in patient receiving doxorubicin, and identify phytochemicals that appear to be safe in these patients.
"Effects of Creatine and Resistance Training on Cognition in Older Adults"
- Discuss possible mechanisms linking muscular strength to cognition function.
- Describe emerging data regarding the potential beneficial effects of resistance training and blood-flow restriction on cognition function.
- Discuss varying research findings regarding the effects of creatine intake on cognition.
"Common Indian Spices and Health Benefits"
- Discuss the potential health benefits and recommended dosages of turmeric, ginger, fenugreek, and cinnamon.
- Discuss the potential safety issues and drug interactions of turmeric, ginger, fenugreek, and cinnamon.
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