Research Departments Physiology 20200402 Radboudumc investigates the consequences of working from home
2 April 2020

'Work and stay at home as much as possible' is the advice to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. But what does that do to people's physical and mental health? Effort physiologist Maria Hopman and her team from the Radboudumc are going to investigate this. This is being done as part of the major Nijmegen Exercise Study (NES). In this study the researchers follow the health of 24,000 participants in the Nijmegen Four Days Marches or Seven Hills Run.

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