Serum oxidized low‐density lipoprotein levels are related to cardiometabolic risk and decreased after a weight loss treatment in obese children and adolescents
ConclusionsHigher baseline oxLDL levels were associated with a higher CMS in obese children. After the weight loss program, a decrease in oxLDL levels was found in HR subjects...
17 days ago - MedWorm - 3 articles
Persistent High Non-High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol in Early Childhood: A Latent Class Growth Model Analysis
To examine patterns of non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in early childhood and identify factors associated with persistent high non-HDL cholesterol in healthy urban...
25 days ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Obesogens Are Making Us Fat, Not Fast Food
Stewart Lonky, M.D. The other day, I was sitting with a group of friends when one started griping about fast food marketing campaigns targeted at children , particularly...
1 month ago - The Life Extension - 2 articles
Tens of thousands of British children 'must go on statins'
As many as 260,000 Britons including 56,000 children under 16 may have inherited high cholesterol levels, known as familial hypercholesterolaemia, or FH.
1 month ago - Daily Mail
Statins may decrease risk for S. aureus bacteremia infection
Statin use was linked to a decreased risk for community-acquired Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia in a dose- and duration-dependent association, new data show. “Staphylococcus...
1 month ago - Healio
The maternal-fetal gradient of free and esterified phytosterols at the time of delivery in humans
High dietary intakes of phytosterols , such as those consumed by vegans and vegetarians, are not recommended for cholesterol-lowering in pregnant women because the safety of...
2 monthes ago - Clinical Nutrition
Dyslipidemia in Children with Arterial Ischemic Stroke: Prevalence and Risk Factors
Risk factors for pediatric stroke are poorly understood and require study to improve prevention. Total cholesterol and triglyceride values peak to near-adult levels before...
2 monthes ago - Pediatric Neurology - 2 articles
Sitting for 20 minutes less a day won't make you 'more muscly'
"Spending just 20 minutes less sitting a day reduces blood sugar levels, improves cholesterol AND even makes you more muscly," is the Mail Online's overly optimistic...
3 monthes ago - NHS
Just 20 minutes less sitting a day improves cholesterol
Researchers from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland argue that even busy parents can set an example to their children by being less sedentary rather than worrying it is...
3 monthes ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
The Surprising Things That Happen to Your Body When You Cut Sugar For 10 Days
If you need more convincing that refined sugars are wreaking havoc on your health, then look no further than this newest study, which shows that cutting added sugar for just a...
3 monthes ago - PopSugar
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Elevated Blood Glucose Levels may Pose Heart Defect Risk to Infants
Elevated blood glucose levels during early pregnancy may increase the risk of congenital heart disease in infants even if the mother is nondiabetic.
Your memory is best when thinking about your children
Binghampton University in New York has found that human memory is better when we are thinking about raising our children, new research suggests
Zika babies in Brazil struggle to sit, see, hear or talk
The CDC has tracked the progress of 19 babies with Zika-related microcephaly since birth and reports that as they approach their second birthdays, most face significant...
Children exposed to air pollution are at risk of asthma
Researchers at The Johns Hopkins University found a mix of dust, sand and non-exhaust tailpipe emissions increases youngsters under 11's risk of the lung condition by 1.3...
Family Meals Serve Up Better Behaved Kids
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