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  • Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Review. [Review]
  • JAMAJAMA 2017 Oct 24; 318(16):1592-1604
  • Lukacz ES, Santiago-Lastra Y, … Brubaker L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Urinary incontinence is common in women, although few seek care despite many effective treatment options. Clinicians should prioritize urinary incontinence detection, identify and treat modifiable factors, incorporate patient preference into evaluation and treatment, initiate conservative and medical therapy, and refer to specialists when underlying pathology is identified or conservative measures are ineffective.
  • Longitudinal assessment of daily activity patterns on weight change after involuntary job loss: the ADAPT study protocol. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Public Health 2017 Oct 10; 17(1):793
  • Haynes PL, Silva GE, … Glickenstein DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is hypothesized that: (1) unemployed individuals with less consistent social rhythms and worse sleep will have steeper weight gain trajectories over 18 months than unemployed individuals with stable social rhythms and better sleep; (2) disrupted sleep will mediate the relationship between social rhythm disruption and weight gain; and (3) reemployment will be associated with a reversal in the negative trajectories outlined above. Positive findings will provide support for the development of obesity prevention campaigns targeting sleep and social rhythms in an accessible subgroup of vulnerable individuals.
  • Targeted medical nutrition for cachexia in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a randomized, controlled trial. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle 2018; 9(1):28-40
  • Calder PC, Laviano A, … Schols A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Targeted medical nutrition containing high-dose omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and high-quality protein is well tolerated with a good safety profile and has positive effects on blood pressure and blood lipids and on exercise-induced fatigue and dyspnoea. Therefore, this TMN could be clinically beneficial in the nutritional and metabolic support of pre-cachectic and cachectic patients with COPD.
  • Frailty, body composition and nutritional status in non-institutionalised elderly. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Nov - Dec; 27(6):339-345
  • São Romão Preto L, Dias Conceição MDC, … Mateo Aguilar E
  • CONCLUSIONS: The phenotypic profile of frail elderly was characterised by lower muscle mass. The results of our study suggest that both underweight and overweight may be associated with frailty. There is the need to prevent and manage frailty, not only taking into account possible treatable medical causes, but also by intervening in important pillars, such as physical activity, dietary and nutritional problems.
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