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  • Ethnic and racial diversity in eating disorder prevention trials. [Journal Article]
    Eat Disord 2019 Mar-Apr; 27(2):168-182Rodgers RF, Donovan E, … Franko DL
  • Recruiting diverse samples for prevention trials is challenging, but essential. This paper provides baseline data for four racial/ethnic groups from a randomized controlled trial of a mobile-based prevention intervention and systematically reviews recruitment trends in diversity across technology-based prevention studies. Female emerging adults completed measures of appearance esteem, body image …
  • Larger omental adipocytes correlate with greater Fetuin-A reduction following sleeve gastrectomy. [Journal Article]
    BMC Obes 2019; 6:15Robinson KN, Rowitz B, … Teran-Garcia M
  • CONCLUSIONS: FetA began to decrease during the preoperative diet. Greater FetA reduction during this time was associated with smaller adipocytes on DOS. Therefore, immediate, post-bariatric improvements in glucose homeostasis may be partly explained by dietary changes. The preoperative diet protocol significantly reduced insulin resistance, a modifiable risk factor for other non-bariatric procedures. Therefore, this dietary protocol may also be used preoperatively for procedures beyond bariatric surgery.
  • TLR4 Promotes and DAP12 Limits Obesity-Induced Osteoarthritis in Aged Female Mice. [Journal Article]
    JBMR Plus 2019; 3(4):e10079Kalaitzoglou E, Lopes EBP, … Humphrey MB
  • Aging and female sex are the strongest risk factors for nontraumatic osteoarthritis (OA); whereas obesity is a modifiable risk factor accelerating OA. Prior studies indicate that the innate immune receptor toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) mediates obesity-induced metabolic inflammation and cartilage catabolism via recognition of damage-associated molecular patterns and is increased with aging in OA jo…
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