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  • Urinary angiotensinogen antedates the development of stage 3 CKD in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. [Journal Article]
    Physiol Rep 2019; 7(19):e14242Ba Aqeel S, Ye M, … Diabetes Control, Complications Trial (DCCT)/Epidemiology of Diabetes Interventions, Complications (EDIC) Study
  • We examined if urinary angiotensinogen (uAOG), a marker of intrarenal renin-angiotensin system activity, antedates stage 3 chronic kidney disease (CKD) using samples from participants in the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) and later in the Epidemiology of Diabetes Intervention and Complications (EDIC) trial. In a nested case-control design, cases were matched at the outcome visit …
  • Associations of Weight Bias with Disordered Eating Among Latino and White Men. [Journal Article]
    Obesity (Silver Spring) 2019Lydecker JA, Cotter E, Grilo CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Weight bias was related to eating/weight-related psychopathology in men, with fewer associations observed among Latino men than White men. This highlights that associations with psychopathology may vary by ethnicity. Future research is needed to clarify the mechanism by which weight-biased attitudes and beliefs are associated with eating/weight-related psychopathology and why this might differ between White and Latino men.
  • Identifying significantly impacted pathways: a comprehensive review and assessment. [Journal Article]
    Genome Biol 2019; 20(1):203Nguyen TM, Shafi A, … Draghici S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall, the result shows that no method is perfect. In general, TB methods appear to perform better than non-TB methods. This is somewhat expected since the TB methods take into consideration the structure of the pathway which is meant to describe the underlying phenomena. We also discover that most, if not all, listed approaches are biased and can produce skewed results under the null.
  • Parental deployment and distress, and adolescent disordered eating in prevention-seeking military dependents. [Journal Article]
    Int J Eat Disord 2019Higgins Neyland MK, Shank LM, … Tanofsky-Kraff M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this hypothesis-generating study, the combination of number of deployments and parental distress may be associated with disordered eating among adolescent military dependents seeking prevention of binge-eating disorder and adult obesity. If these preliminary findings are supported longitudinally, interventions to reduce parental stress related to deployment may be warranted to reduce disordered eating in adolescent dependents.
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