Representative publications

Cortisol Response in Relation to the Severity of Stress and Illness. Widmer IE*, Puder JJ*, König C, Pargger H, Zerkowski HR, Girard J, Müller B. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 90(8):4579-86, 2005 *equal contributors.

Reduced cardiorespiratory fitness, low physical activity and an urban environment are independently associated with increased cardiovascular risk in children. Kriemler S*, Manser-Wenger S*, Zahner L, Braun-Fahrländer C, Schindler C, Puder JJ. Diabetologia 51(8): 1408-15, 2008 *equal contributors.

Physical activity, body weight, health and fear of negative evaluation in primary school children. Hartmann T, Zahner L, Puehse U, Schneider S, Puder JJ, Kriemler S. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 20(1):e27-34, 2010.

A school-based physical activity program (KISS) increases fitness and decreases adiposity in primary school children: a cluster-randomized trial. Kriemler S, Zahner L, Schindler Ch, Meyer U, Hebestreit H, Brunner-La Rocca HP, van Mechelen W, Puder JJ, BMJ 430:c785, 2010.

Relationship of adiposity and fitness on increases in metabolic risk markers in schoolchildren. Puder JJ, Schindler Ch, Zahner L, Kriemler S. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 6(2-2):e297-306, 2011.

Relationship of physical activity with motor skills, aerobic fitness and body fat in preschool children: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study (Ballabeina). Bürgi F, Meyer U, Granacher U, Schindler Ch, Marques-Vidal P, Kriemler S, Puder JJ. International Journal of Obesity 35(7):937-44, 2011.

Relationship of physical fitness with cognitive performance in preschoolers: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study (“Ballabeina”). Niederer I, Kriemler S, Gut J, Hartmann T, Schindler Ch, Barral J, Puder JJ, BMC Pediatrics 11:34, 2011.

Effect of a multidimensional lifestyle intervention on fitness and adiposity in predominantly migrant preschool children (Ballabeina): a cluster randomised controlled trial.Puder JJ, Marques-Vidal P, Zahner L, Niederer I, Bürgi F, Ebenegger V, Nydegger A, Kriemler S. BMJ 343: d6195, 2011.

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