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Department of Physiology and School of Physical Education, University of Otago, Dunedin 9001, New Zealand. In one or two sentences explain why your study is important. To determine the relationship between X and Y, the effect of X on Y, and so on. Cross-sectional, case-control, randomized double-blind controlled trial, and so on.
Describe the statistical procedures in this summary only if they were unusual. Describe methodological problems or insights in this summary only if they are important. State them quantitatively, with likely ranges for the true effects. Interpret the outcomes qualitatively, explaining any major limitations in generalizing to real populations. The summary must consist of less than 300 words. Be as economical with words as possible, but do not compromise grammar.