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Corrigendum: We Take Care of Person with Obesity, Not Obesity That People Has

Lee SY

In my recently published article, the statement for a funding source was missing.
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Response: Relationships among Body Mass Index, Body Image, and Depression in Korean Adults: Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2014 and 2016 (J Obes Metab Syndr 2019;28:61–8)

Hong SM

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Letter: Relationships among Body Mass Index, Body Image, and Depression in Korean Adults: Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2014 and 2016 (J Obes Metab Syndr 2019;28:61–8)

Lee SY

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Differing Impact of Weight Cycling on Ambulatory Blood Pressure versus Conventional Blood Pressure Assessment: A Possible Explanation to Controversy

Zeigler ZS, Nordin TC

BACKGROUND: Weight cycling (WC) is a widespread behavior associated with elevated laboratory blood pressure (BP). The impact WC may have on ambulatory BP (ABP) is unknown. METHODS: Impact of self-reported WC...
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Development and Usability of a Life-Logging Behavior Monitoring Application for Obese Patients

Lee JY, Kim JY, You SJ, Kim YS, Koo HY, Kim JH, Kim S, Park JH, Han JS, Kil S, Kim H, Yang YS, Lee KM

BACKGROUND: Obesity is a global epidemic. Behavior change monitoring using a smartphone application (app) can support weight management in obese patients. These apps must undergo usability testing, which is an...
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The Correlation between the Ratio of Visceral Fat Area to Subcutaneous Fat Area on Computed Tomography and Lipid Accumulation Product as Indexes of Cardiovascular Risk

Kwon S, Han AL

BACKGROUND: Visceral obesity and cardiovascular disease are closely related. Research on relevant indexes of cardiovascular disease is particularly important. One of these indexes is lipid accumulation product (LAP). However, the...
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Effect of a Single Bout of Exercise on Autophagy Regulation in Skeletal Muscle of High-Fat High-Sucrose Diet-Fed Mice

Zhang D, Lee JH, Kwak SE, Shin HE, Zhang Y, Moon HY, Shin DM, Seong JK, Tang L, Song W

BACKGROUND: Autophagy maintains metabolic homeostasis of muscles, and its impairment may cause muscle dysfunction. Exercise can improve muscle dysfunction induced by long-term high-fat diet. This study aimed to explore the...
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Advantage of Dairy for Improving Aging Muscle

Du Y, Oh C, No J

The risk of sarcopenia increases with aging. Malnutrition in the elderly population is an important risk factor for sarcopenia. Calcium (Ca), phosphate (P), vitamin D and protein are key nutrients...
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The Role of Anti-Obesity Medication in Prevention of Diabetes and Its Complications

Oh TJ

Diabetes is prevalent in obese population, and obesity management is the first step in preventing diabetes. Traditionally, lifestyle modification including reduced-calorie diet, physical activity, and behavior intervention is the core...
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Food Craving, Seeking, and Consumption Behaviors: Conceptual Phases and Assessment Methods Used in Animal and Human Studies

Lee YH, Kim M, Lee M, Shin D, Ha DS, Park JS, Kim YB, Choi HJ

What drives us to eat? It is one of the most fundamental questions in the obesity research field which have been investigated for centuries. Numerous novel in vivo technologies in...
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Brain and Brawn: Role of Exercise-Induced Myokines

Bae JH, Song W

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