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metabolic

[‚med·ə′bäl·ik]
(physiology)
Of or pertaining to metabolism.
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Washington, October 31 ( ANI ): Women who had metabolic syndrome before they started hormone therapy for menopause symptoms have a greatly increased risk of heart attack or dying of heart disease, a new analysis of the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) trials has found.
Vegetarian dietary patterns are associated with a lower risk of the metabolic syndrome.
Obesity and metabolic syndrome are associated with alterations in gut microbiota, the microorganism population that lives in the intestine.
Metabolic syndrome group or the insulin resistant group will be selected on the basis of the guidelines set up by the NCEP Adult Treatment panel-III.
Results: The study included 61 children diagnosed as obesity, 51 children diagnosed as metabolic syndrome and 59 healthy controls.
As in previous studies of mild GDM, about a third of the women had metabolic syndrome at follow-up, but the number of subsequent pregnancies didn't seem to make a difference.
The prevalence of metabolic syndrome in different populations has been investigated.
Cordes's report was one of several at the meeting sponsored by the European Psychiatric Association that examined different facets of the complex links that tie schizophrenia to metabolic syndrome, an association that already had lots of evidence, including a recent meta-analysis (Schizophr Bull.
Results: The mean malondialdehyde level was significantly higher in overweight and obese subjects with metabolic syndrome than control groups (Pless than 0.
The letters of this word can be used to describe the components of the metabolic syndrome (Table).
Metabolic syndrome is rising worldwide and attributed to increased obesity and inactive lifestyle.