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Response: Changes of Bone Metabolic Markers after Exercise Training in 70's Elderly Women (Korean J Obes 2014;23:50-57)

Kang CB, Ahn NY, Kim K

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Letter: Changes of Bone Metabolic Markers after Exercise Training in 70's Elderly Women (Korean J Obes 2014;23:50-57)

Lee SY

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The Effects of Marathon Running on Retinol Binding Protein 4 and C-reactive Protein Levels in Healthy Middle-aged Korean Men

Chae J, Kim S, Lee J, Jeon JY

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of marathon running (42.195 km) on retinol binding protein4 (RBP4) and C-reactive protein (CRP) in healthy middle aged Korean...
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Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Patterns according to Body Composition Phenotypes of Sarcopenia and Obesity in Frail Older Women

Kim M, Kim MK

BACKGROUND: Sarcopenia and obesity are caused by reduced physical activity leading to frailty. This study objectively compares the patterns of sedentary behavior and physical activity according to body composition phenotypes. METHODS:...
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The Effect of Nutrition and Exercise or Exercise Program alone on Macronutrients, Sodium Intake and Physical Strength in Middle Aged Obese Women

Han JS, Kim AJ

BACKGROUND: This study was performed to investigate the effect of nutrition and exercise or exercise program alone on macronutrients, sodium intake, and physical strength in overweight Korean middle aged women. METHODS:...
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Postpartum Weight Change in Lactating Women by Breast-feeding Duration

Yon M, Lee HS, Kim D, Lee J, Nam J, Moon GI, Hong J, Lee Y, Oh D, Kim CI

BACKGROUND: Breast-feeding is known to help balanced growth and healthy development of infants as well as positively affect mother's health by restoring pre-gestational weight, among other numerous benefits. METHODS: Food intake...
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The Inhibitory Effect of Quercetin on Adipose Tissue Inflammation in Mice Fed on a High-fat Diet

Kim CS, Yu R

BACKGROUND: Obesity-induced adipose inflammation contributes to the development of metabolic disorders such as insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. In this study, we investigated whether quercetin, a naturally occurring phytochemical,...
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Comparison of Changes in Body Weight and Serum Lipid Profile after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass between Non-obese Patients and Obese Patients

Park JH, Hong SM, Lee CB, Ahn YH, Kim DS

BACKGROUND: This study was aimed to investigate the effects of bariatric surgery in non-obese patients through the comparison of the changes in body weight (BW) and serum lipid profile between...
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Smoking, Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome

Lee SY

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Exercise Strategies for the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity in Children

Cho JK, Han JH, Kang HS, Yoon JH

Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and adolescents in the last decade. Obese youth are more likely to have risk factors for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes...
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Exosomes and Microvesicles as Biomarkers in Metabolic Diseases

Lee SK

Currently used biomarkers in metabolic diseases are neither sufficient for monitoring the stage of disease development nor for monitoring differences among patients with different underlying pathogenetic pathways and pathogenesis. Exosomes...
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Effects of Resistance Exercise Training on Childhood Obesity

Oh M, Kim Y, Suh SH, Jeon JY

The prevalence of childhood obesity has been steadily increasing worldwide. Low level of physical activity, poor cardiorespiratory fitness, sedentary lifestyle, and increased energy intake are recognized as major culprits in...
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