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metabolic

[‚med·ə′bäl·ik]
(physiology)
Of or pertaining to metabolism.
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The prevalence of obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes has risen dramatically in the last two decades and it's exceptionally high within corporate culture where workdays are long and sedentary," saidDr.
To document the prevalence of metabolic syndrome in obese children with hypertension at a pediatric clinic in Charleston, WV.
To evaluate the effect of dietary intervention on metabolic syndrome status, the data of participants whom biochemical determinants were available from baseline and at least 2 years of follow up were analysed.
After 1 year of double-blind treatment, 37% of those with baseline metabolic syndrome in the lurasidone group no longer met criteria for the metabolic derangement, compared with a 28% metabolic syndrome reversal rate in the risperidone group, Dr.
Klimis-Zacas concluded that, "By normalizing oxidative, inflammatory response and endothelial function, regular long-term wild blueberry diets may also help improve pathologies associated with the metabolic syndrome.
Metabolic syndrome is a collective term for factors that are linked to an increased risk of suffering from cardiovascular disorders.
ii) Design an in-service training programme in order to train health professionals in use of national guidelines and protocol for diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome.
In intermediate-risk patients having a score of 18-30, metabolic syndrome was independently associated with a fourfold increased risk of recurrence.
If my breast cancer patients don't have metabolic syndrome before they start treatment, they often seem to afterwards.
In Part 2 of the article, Rountree writes about five important lifestyle changes for people with or developing metabolic syndrome.
Vegetarian dietary patterns are associated with a lower risk of the metabolic syndrome.
For the study, 7,087 people age 65 and older from three French cities were tested for metabolic syndrome.