Browsing Brody School of Medicine by Subject "obesity"
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(2020-08-12)This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is about the importance of not skipping breakfast.
EXPLORING DIFFERENCES IN INDIVIDUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LIPOTOXICITY AND THE UNDERLYING MECHANISMS IN THE MITOCHONDRIA OF PRIMARY PREADIPOCYTES (East Carolina University, 2018-07-17)Prolonged exposure to fatty acids (FAs), at levels normally seen during fasting, can be cytotoxic in vulnerable cells including preadipocytes. Prior work from our laboratory has shown that FAs cause mitochondrial inner ...
Outcomes of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery for severely obese patients with type 1 diabetes: a case series report (2010)Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery (RYGB) reverses type 2 diabetes (DM2) in approximately 83% of patients with morbid or severe obesity. This procedure has been performed in small numbers of severely obese patients with type ...
(2015-07)The relationship between residential segregation and overweight/obesity among African-American adults remains unclear. Elucidating that relationship is relevant to efforts to prevent and to reduce racial disparities in ...