A 3-Years-Follow-Up Study of the Effect of the Weight Control Program on KAP and Behavior among Overweight and Obese School Children in Nonthaburi Province.
Conclusion: The behavior change program resulted in 42% weight control. The present study found that sustained behavior and significant factors were personal factor (interest to control weight), behavioral factor about food consumption, and parental factors of older age, more chronic illness, higher education, better knowledge on food consumption and physical activities, and better attitude. PMID: 29947485 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusions:Modeling neck circumference while allowing for differences by Mallampati class showed a nearly threefold increase in the risk of SDB with increasing neck circumference in women with Mallampati class 1. Other potential sites of airway obstruction need to be investigated in future research.Citation:Bourjeily G, Chambers A, Salameh M, Bublitz MH, Kaur A, Coppa A, Risica P, Lambert-Messerlian G. Anthropometric measures and prediction of maternal sleep-disordered breathing.J Clin Sleep Med. 2019;15(6):849–856.
ConclusionsMusculoskeletal problems are the main occupational health problems experienced by the study group. New findings include a low but important prevalence of ultraviolet radiation–associated conditions. One in 3 guides have experienced significant psychological trauma, and one quarter of these had symptoms of PTSD.
Publication date: October 2019Source: Safety Science, Volume 118Author(s): Dingzhou FeiAbstractEmotion is a state that combines people's feelings, thoughts, and behaviors and plays an important role in the communication between people. Emotional recognition is the automatic identification of a person's emotional state by acquiring a person's physiological or non-physiological signals to achieve a more friendly and natural human-computer interaction. Similarities between the spread of infectious diseases and behavioral phenomena have been observed in large social networks. Accordingly, a framework for the spread of social p...
Conclusions: Among NBNC-HCC patients, heavy alcohol use or any other identifiable cause was not found in 38.0%. These NBNC-NA-NO HCC patients showed a high prevalence of HBcIgG positivity and metabolic risk factors, suggesting that prior hepatitis B virus infection and metabolic risk factors may be major contributing factors in the hepatocarcinogenesis in NBNC-NA-NO patients. PMID: 31189301 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 14 June 2019Source: Gynecologic Oncology ReportsAuthor(s): Joan R. Tymon-Rosario, Yang Shi, Joseph DiVito, Sarp O. Aksel, Gregory M. Gressel
ConclusionsSerum lipid profile is not associated with IPFD in healthy non-obese. Triglycerides, but not other components of lipid profile, is a promising biomarker for IPFD in individuals following acute pancreatitis.
Conclusions. The prevalence of metabolic syndrome observed among the study population was 90.6%, with a higher percentage in females than males. High triglyceride levels and high waist circumference were the main risk factors for MS in the diabetic population. PMID: 31187045 [PubMed - in process]
Condition: Obesity Intervention: Sponsor: University of Colorado, Boulder Not yet recruiting
Condition: Overweight and Obesity Interventions: Dietary Supplement: isomaltulose; Dietary Supplement: sucrose Sponsor: Beneo-Institute Completed
Condition: Childhood Obesity Intervention: Behavioral: Tundra Gifts Sponsors: University of Alaska Fairbanks; Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; University of Alaska Anchorage; State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services; Grand Valley State University; Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Not yet recruiting