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2021-01-19 Review Article


The review of the relationship between UCP2 and obesity: Focusing on inflammatory-obesity

Sara Moradi, Yaser Khaje-Bishak, Maedeh Alipour, Mohamadreza Alivand* and Beitullah Alipour*


Obesity is rising worldwide, and the inflammatory disease increased in parallel. Many studies demonstrate excess fat mass is an indicator of obesity. As much as lipid increased in the cell, ROS production increased. On the other hand, ROS could enhance lipid storage and incre…

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2020-12-14 Editorial


Brown fat tissue: Therapeutic potential for insulin resistance, new hopes for tomorrow

Arefhosseini Seyedrafie and Alijani Sepideh*

The well recognized white adipose tissue is an endocrinal organ secreting various hormones and this article simply indicates to the physiologic concepts brown fat tissues (BAT) which are extremely active endocrine organs and play various metabolic active roles in intermediate metabolism.

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2020-04-28 Review Article


Obesity Surgery in Spain

Aniceto Baltasar*


Obesity or bariatric surgery, from the Greek bari = weight and iatrein = cure) treats obesity and began in Spain in 1972. Its greatest development occurs after the foundation of SECO (Spanish Society of Obesity Surgery) in 1997. The purpose of this work is to reflect the chan…

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2020-04-22 Research Article


Neuroticism and BMI: The role of genetic tendency, behavior and environment on body weight

Molly Jacobs*


Introduction: Recent research has explored the role that personality traits play in health and weight determination. This study extends current research by evaluating the extent to which behavior mediates the impact of neuroticism and body weight using polyge…

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2020-03-27 Research Article


ECHO…for a change!!

Manish Motwani*, Rajeev Palvia, Bhavesh Nanda, Mahek Motwani, Bhakti Chaubal, Jyoti Kesarkar, Bhakti Mange and Sneha Shukla


The childhood obesity is increased more than three folds in last two decades in developed world. There is nutritional transition seen in the developing world including India. The westernization in diet of the Indian population along with prosperity brings the brunt of ove…

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2019-12-31 Opinion


Obesity-Treatment by drugs

Sahithi G*


The main disturbing situation faced by any individual is obesity nowadays. Obesity occurs because of overweight and this has several reasons to gain weight like hereditary, diabetes, diet, aging, PCOS in women, stress, and tiredness. It is a major, sustaining, worsening condit…

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2018-12-04 Research Article


Dietary and Lifestyles assessment among Obese Women in Gaza City, Palestine

Marwan O Jalambo*, Basil Kanoa, Mohammed S Ellulu, Smaher Younis and Mueen El-Kariri


Background: The fundamental cause of obesity and overweight is an energy imbalance between calories consumed and calories expended.
Aim: To clarify and figure out food habits and different lifestyle pattern among a sample of Palestinia…

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2018-11-30 Review Article


Herbal approach for obesity management

Preeti Singh*


Heftiness, a mind boggling interchange among ecological and hereditary factors and is related with critical horribleness and mortality. Utilization of herbs for the administration of heftiness in the ongoing occasions is pulling in consideration.A web and manual based writing…

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2018-01-26 Research Article


Body mass index in a group of security forces (policemen). Crosssectional study

Guillermo Padron Arredondo*


Introduction: Most police officers work long hours in day and night shifts and this exposure can harm your health.

Objective: Know the Body Mass Index (BMI) of a group of policemen of both sexes chosen at random to calculate the degr…

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2017-10-31 Research Article


Upper gut bacterial overgrowth is a potential mechanism for Glucose Malabsorption after Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

Matthew E Sharbaugh, Timothy R Shope and Timothy R Koch*


In 1955, nutrient malabsorption following upper gut surgery was shown to be related to altered upper gut microbiome. In individuals with abdominal symptoms after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, we have reported that small intestinal glucose malabsorption is associated with upper gut…

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