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The analysis of physiological and social risks of COVID-19 disease
Hamplová, Dana ; Klusáček, Jan ; Adámková, Věra
The report brings results of the survey exploring the level of collective immunity against the virus SARS-CoV-2. The survey took place in May 2020. The study demonstrated a low prevalence of antibodies against the virus. Besides collecting blood samples, test subjects were asked to fill in a questionnaire about the willingness to follow the epidemiological recommendations. The survey demonstrated that individuals belonging to the risk groups (in terms of chronic diseases) do not use more protective measure than people without any risk comorbidity. The protective behavior was linked mainly to age and sex. The willingness to follow the recommendations was also significantly influenced by the type of media that the respondent uses as a source of information (those drawing information from internet showed significantly lower willingness to follow the recommendations).
Healthy lifestyle of pupils of the second grade of selected Prague primary school
Rašovský, Matěj ; Kočí, Jana (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
This diploma thesis Healthy lifestyle of pupils of the second grade of selected Prague primary school was prepared with the aim of finding out the healthy lifestyle of the pupils of the given group that is, pupils of the second grade of the Prague school. The standard CINDI Health Monitor method was used for this finding, thanks to which it is possible to compare healthy people's lifestyles across age groups. This method includes a standard set of questions to which probands answer dichotomously or yes-no. Our research has been supplemented by questions specific to our age group. These questions were evaluated by the percentage of positive answers and compared with previous surveys across age groups. Specifically with a group of students and adults over the age of 25. In terms of statistics, a correlate was also used, which better captured the relationship between the given age groups. Another goal of this work was to establish recommendations for the recovery of the health style of students who were the subject of this work, based on the intersection of the results with theoretical background. The selected group of pupils has a good health style, which may be due to the location of the school and also its culture, as there are many sports students. The main recommendation for pupils is to limit...
The role of fathers in vaccine hesitancy
Mejtská, Petra ; Sedláčková, Tereza (advisor) ; Hanzal, Petr (referee)
The main topic of the thesis is the role of fathers in the vaccine hesitancy problematics. Thesis focus on families that hesitate, delay, or refuse one or more compulsory vaccines. Research use qualitative methods specifically in-depth interviews and participatory observation in online groups that deal with the topic of vaccination. Five parent couples were interviewed in-depth (mother and father were interviewed both together). This thesis pursues to approach specific steps that came with vaccine hesitancy, dealing or refusing vaccination. And which role has the father in these steps. The final analysis demonstrates in which steps is a man as father important, what role he plays. Furthermore, in which steps is he less engaged.
The Concepts of Decadence and Health in Nietzsche's Late Philosophy
Vodička, Marek ; Novák, Aleš (advisor) ; Chavalka, Jakub (referee)
The Concepts of Decadence and Health in Nietzsche's Late Philosophy The thesis deals with the concepts of decadence and health, which feature prominently in Nietzsche's late thinking. The core sources of the thesis are Nietzsche's works from 1888, namely The Case of Wagner, Twilight of the Idols, The Anti-Christ, Ecce Homo and Nietzsche contra Wagner, although earlier works are occasionally cited as well. The thesis aims to explore what the motives decadence and health mean in the context of late Nietzsche's thinking, what role they play in his grand philosophical project of the revaluation of all values, and how they interplay with each other. A consistent motive is applied throughout the thesis, that of decadence and health being opposites in terms of "amount" or "direction" of will to power manifesting itself through them - decadence, or bodily decay, is taken to represent a descending line of life characterized by a lack of will to power, and suffering from "a lack of life", while health is taken to represent an ascending line of life which is characterized as overflowing with life and suffering from it as well. The concepts of decadence and health are thus interpreted as physiological manifestations of these two directions, or, roughly said, "vectors" of will to power. The first chapter of the thesis...
Analysis of physical activities in children of younger and older school age
Demmler, Hana ; Dlouhý, Martin (advisor) ; Svobodová, Irena (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the analysis of physical activity levels in younger and older school-age children. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to defining the concept of physical activity and other basic concepts related to it. It deals in more detail with the importance of physical activity for human health and proper development. It mentions the danger of physical inactivity and summarises the current valid knowledge regarding the recommended amount of physical activity. The theoretical part also contains the definition of the school-age period and characterises its specifics, regarding the content of thesis, especially in the field of physical development, which occurs in the younger and older school-age period. Important determinants affecting the state of physical activity are also discussed. The research part of the thesis then focuses on monitoring and subsequent analysis and comparison of the level of exercise in younger and older school-age children in a selected primary school. The research sample, methods used, and survey procedure are described. The obtained data is analysed and summarised in the results used to determine the level of physical activity in children in the given age groups and its comparison with health-oriented recommendations and among themselves....
Importance of natural antinutritional and toxic substances in food
Hruša, Adam ; Kinkorová, Ivana (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the importance of natural antinutritive and toxic substances. The aim of this work is to provide a comprehensive view of the topic and further specify the selected group of substances with a focus on their possible effects on the health of the general population and the health of athletes. This is a theoretical type of thesis, which was processed using the method of literary research. Key words: antinutrients, anti-nutritional factors, plant foods, potential health benefits, adverse health effect, proteas inhibitors, phytoestrogens
Subjectively perceived health and physical activity of the elderly compared to a fitness walk test.
Šmat, Václav ; Prajerová, Květa (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
Title: Subjectively perceived health fitness and physical activity of the elderly compared to a fitness walk test Objectives: The aim of this paper is to compare the subjectively perceived health (fitness) and physical activity with an actual fitness walk test done by students of the University of the Third Age, using the LTEQ and SF-12 questionnaires. Methods: There were 64 seniors who participated in this study (age 67,36 ± 3,55, height 1,67 ± 7,04 cm, weight 69,80 ± 9,9 kg). All of them students of the University of the Third Age, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University. Two types of Questionnaires were used: The Leisure Time Exercise Questionnaire and A 12-Item Short-Form Health Survey, both of which are typically used to study the population of the elderly. A 2 km fitness walk test by Stejskal was used to gather data about aerobic fitness. The test took place at the athletic oval on the grounds of Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University. Polar S610i sporttester was used to measure heart rate. Statistic was used to calculate all SPSS 21. Results: The results proved a significant correspondence between the subjectively perceived amount of leisure physical activity and the aerobic fitness measured by the 2km fitness walk test - specifically regarding...
Exemption from physical education in a secondary school
Zálešák, Daniel ; Kotlík, Kamil (advisor) ; Vařeková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Exemption from physical education in a secondary school Objectives: The main goal of the thesis is to examine the extent and also main reasons for partial and full exemption of pupils from physical education in a secondary school. That will be reached per analyzing results from survey whose participants will be headmasters from Prague grammar schools. There will be also explained how lessons absence of pupils is compensated and how the schools solve final classification. Methods: For obtaining data, the electronic questionnaire examining the topic of exemption from physical education was made. The questionnaire was sent to fill to competent persons at Prague grammar schools. Their answers were then organized and analyzed for final results. Results: Every monitored school had at least one student partly exempted from physical education. Only one school had not a single student fully exempted. Compared with Czech School Inspection data from 2016 the average numbers of exempted students were lower. Ratio of girl and boys was almost equable. The most frequent medical cause for exemption was weakening of muscular- skeletal system, from nonmedical causes it was sport aktivity out of school. In most cases there is no compensation for absence in lessons. Partly exempted students were mostly...

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