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Obesity severity, duration tied to incident metabolic syndrome

Obesity severity, duration tied to incident metabolic syndrome
August 25, 2016

Longer duration and greater severity of obesity may contribute to the risk for incident metabolic syndrome, suggesting that weight loss should be recommended to all people with obesity, even those who are metabolically healthy, according to researchers.

Greater severity and longer duration of obesity were also associated with increased risk for metabolic syndrome components.

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Obesity severity, duration tied to incident metabolic syndrome

August 25, 2016
Longer duration and greater severity of obesity may contribute to the risk for incident metabolic syndrome, suggesting that weight loss should be…

CME

Practical Lipidology®: Volume 3, Number 1

July 1, 2016 Expires: 7/1/2017
The reduction of low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDL-C) is recognized as the primary strategy for decreasing cardiovascular risk. Despite highly…

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Amgen

‘In the Journals Plus’ now live on Healio.com/Endocrinology

August 16, 2016
Healio.com/Endocrinology recently launched In the Journals Plus, a new feature that will provide busy physicians with summaries of the top articles…

Cover Story

Beyond safety, diabetes drugs offer CV benefits

Endocrine Today, August 2016
The medical community has long recognized the strong correlation between diabetes and heart disease. Compounding concerns over the association have…

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AHA: ‘Sit less, move more’

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Sedentary behavior, even among those who are physically active, is associated with greater risk for CVD, diabetes, impaired insulin sensitivity and…

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