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Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Erratum

    Published:August 24, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2022.08.224
        Erratum to “Obese but Fit: The Benefits of Fitness on Cognition in Obese Older Adults” [Can J Cardiol (2020):1747-53].
        In the article, “Obese but Fit: The Benefits of Fitness on Cognition in Obese Older Adults” by Boidin et al., published in the November 2020 issue (Can J Cardiol 2020;36:1747-53), the authors identified an error in Table 1. In the Peak V˙O2/LBM row, the values for the LoFit and HiFit columns were incorrectly inverted. The correct values are LoFit: 30.7 (4.7) and HiFit: 43.8 (4.4). The Table has been corrected in the online version of this article.

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        • Obese but Fit: The Benefits of Fitness on Cognition in Obese Older Adults
          Canadian Journal of CardiologyVol. 36Issue 11
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            Obesity is associated with an accelerated cognitive decline. Aerobic fitness has a protective effect on cognition in older adults, but no study has investigated this effect in obese individuals. The present study aimed to 1) compare cognitive function in lower-fit (LoFit) and higher-fit (HiFit) obese individuals compared with nonobese individuals, and 2) examine the association between exercise variables (including hemodynamic variables) and cognitive function in obese individuals.
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