Phenolic Compounds (Polyphenols)

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Phenolic Compounds (Polyphenols) Definition Organic compounds present in plants (for example grapes) and having biological activity at very low levels. They may exert the specific, favorable physiological effects (antiatherosclerotic, antihrombotic, improved vascular function) of wine.

performed. It includes leisure time, occupation, transportation and domestic environment.

Physical Activity Parameters Definition Physical Activity Parameters include the context, mode, duration, frequency and intensity of the activity practiced.

Photorefractive Keratectomy Physical Activity Program Synonyms Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis (LASEK); Epi-LASIK Definition A type of laser refractive surgery where ametropia is corrected by laser reshaping of the corneal surface.

PHQ-9 ▶ Patient Health Questionnaire

Definition Physical Activity Program is defined as a schedule of selected physical activities in which individuals can choose to engage.

Physical Activity Promotion Definition Physical Activity Promotion is defined as an intervention, device or plan which it is intended will increase the physical activity of a community.

Physical Activity Definition Physical Activity is defined as bodily movement produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle. It includes any form of movement produced in everyday life, including work, transport, recreation, sport and domestic activities. It can be structured or unstructured, planned or incidental.

Physical Activity Contexts Definition Physical Activity Contexts refer to the circumstances under which activities are

Physical Component Summary Definition The eight SF-36 domains are collapsed to create two global components and the PCS is one of these two components. Scores on the PCS are associated with high scores on the Physical Function, Role-Physical, Bodily Pain and General Health scales and low scores on the Role-Emotional and Mental Health scales. The SF-12 incorporates two dimensions: Physical Component Summary (PCS), and Mental Component Summary (MCS). PCS is composed of four scales assessing physical