A positive correlation between increased BMI and risk of prostate cancer recurrence was observed in patients undergoing radical prostatectomy.
Researchers found no association between metabolic syndrome and incident knee osteoarthritis.
Children who are hospitalized for infection have a greater risk of increased BMI and metabolic syndrome in adulthood.
Dose-response association, with 1.5-fold increase among those sleeping less than five hours
Although many older adults have metabolic syndrome, the rates are stable.
Excess weight and sleep issues are more common among those with changing schedules.
Metabolic syndrome can be managed using changes in diet and exercise.
Decreased vegetable protein intake and increased dietary acid load were associated with prevalence of metabolic syndrome.
Half of the patients in the study were newly diagnosed with four or more symptoms of metabolic syndrome.
Patients with higher stress levels reported to be more susceptible to the metabolic risks associated with high-sugar and high-fat diet.
Greater adherence to dietary pattern inversely linked to metabolic syndrome, LDL and weight gain.
Both metabolically healthy obese and metabolically unhealthy normal weight people are at higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes and CVD.
Adults who were normal weight at the time of type 2 diabetes diagnosis had a higher risk of death those who are overweight or obese.
Among metabolically abnormal individuals, the obese showed faster global cognitive decline.
Frequent chocolate consumption was linked to lower BMI, despite correlating with significantly greater calorie and saturated fat intake. More randomized clinical trials are needed to determine it's metabolic benefits.
With obesity on the rise, more patients are at risk for metabolic syndrome, a diagnosis given to a set of simultaneous disorders.
Positive change in fitness or fatness can reduce the risk for cholesterol, hypertension and metabolic syndrome.
If triglycerides are a more significant indicator of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in women than in men, is it appropriate to treat even if LDL is normal?
A quick review of polycystic ovary syndrome, a heterogeneous androgen excess syndrome that can cause hirsutism, secondary amenorrhea, obesity, hyperinsulinemia and infertility, providing the latest global evidence for diagnosis and treatment.
Using a thiazolidinedione drug in combination with a statin may decrease systemic inflammation and reduce the incidence of new-onset diabetes among patients with metabolic syndrome.
Treating metabolic syndrome may help prevent recurrent stroke or transient ischemic attack.
Clinicians should be on the lookout for metabolic risk factors in patients with psoriasis and be prepared to treat both.
Screening for common sleep complaints in routine clinical practice may help identify patients at risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
According to the World Health Organization, the metabolic syndrome should not be applied as a clinical diagnosis.
This common constellation of symptoms places patients at risk for CVD and diabetes. Here's what you can do to prevent further disease progression.
A multidisciplinary, nurse-coordinated, family-based program improved lifestyles and reduced cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk among patients and their families in hospital and general-practice settings