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Nonpersistent endocrine disrupting chemicals and reproductive health of women

Cho YJ, Yun JH, Kim SJ, Kwon HY

Nonpersistent endocrine disrupting chemicals (npEDCs) are exogenous chemicals or mixtures of industrial agents that can interfere with the normal action of hormone with a shorter half-life and lower liposolubility. These...
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Bisphenols and Thyroid Hormone

Kim MJ, Park YJ

In recent decades, attention has been directed toward the effects of bisphenol A (BPA) on human health. BPA has estrogenic activity and is regarded as a representative endocrine disruptor. In...
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Effects of Sleep Pattern, Stress, Menstrual Attitude, and Behavior That Reduces Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on Premenstrual Syndrome in Adolescents

Kim HJ, Choi SY, Min H

PURPOSE: The study aimed to examine the effects of sleep pattern, stress, and attitude towards menstruation, and behavior that causes a reduction in exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in...
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Understanding the molecular mechanisms of bisphenol A action in spermatozoa

Rahman MS, Pang MG

Bisphenol A (BPA) is an endocrine-disrupting chemical that is capable of interfering with the normal function of the endocrine system in the body. Exposure to this chemical from BPA-containing materials...
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Effects of Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate on Bone Metabolism in Ovariectomized Mice

Choi JI, Cho HH

BACKGROUND: The molecular pathways of how endocrine disruptors affect bone mineral density (BMD) and bone remodeling are still unclear. The purpose of this experimental study is to determine the effects...
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Early-life exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals and pubertal development in girls

Lee JE, Jung HW, Lee YJ, Lee YA

Over the last decades, the onset of puberty in girls has occurred earlier, but the tempo of pubertal progression has been relatively slower, resulting in a younger age at puberty...
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Early-life exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals associates with childhood obesity

Yang C, Lee HK, Kong AP, Lim LL, Cai Z, Chung AC

Increasing prevalence of childhood obesity poses threats to the global health burden. Because this rising prevalence cannot be fully explained by traditional risk factors such as unhealthy diet and physical...
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Factors Influencing Behavior of Reducing Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Breastfeeding Mothers

Kim SH, Jun EY

PURPOSE: To investigate factors that affect behaviors of reducing exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in breastfeeding mothers. METHODS: Subjects were 166 breastfeeding mothers who were recruited from January 25 to...
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Etiology and treatment of central precocious puberty

Kim SY

The timing of pubertal onset is occurring at younger ages. This phenomenon is associated with many environmental factors such as sufficient nutrition, stress, many kinds of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and genetic...
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Environmental Endocrine Disruptors and Neurological Disorders

Yang EY, Lee DK, Yang JH

We live in a world where daily exposure to environmental chemicals is inevitable. Many studies point to environmental chemicals a major cause of neurological diseases. Properly intervening in and managing...
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Environmental Pollution and Diabetes

Kim JH

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are exogenous chemicals contained in industrial substances and plasticizers commonly utilized worldwide. Human exposure to such chemicals, particularly at low-doses, is omnipresent, persistent, and occurs in...
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Survey on Awareness for Environmental Health Risk of Fetus and Infant in Reproductive-aged Women

Shin J, Park E, Shin J, Ha EH

OBJECTIVES: The accumulated evidence shows that adult disease may have origins during the fetal period and maternal environmental exposure may affect fetus and infant health. To assess the environmental health...
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Influence of Type D Personality, Dietary Assessment and Increase Exposure Toward Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on the Dysmenorrhea

Yoon SJ

PURPOSE: This study was performed to identify the factors that influence dysmenorrhea. METHODS: In this study, 205 female participants were enrolled. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire that included scales...
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Proteomic Biomarkers for Bisphenol A–Early Exposure and Women’s Thyroid Cancer

Lee HS, Kang Y, Tae K, Bae GU, Park JY, Cho YH, Yang M

PURPOSE: For the target treatment and prevention of women's increased thyroid cancer, we focused on risks of environmental exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals, particularly bisphenol A (BPA), and its high...
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Factors related to Endocrine Disruptors Exposing Behaviors in Mothers of Infants

Kim SK, Park S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine factors associated with behaviors of mothers that expose their infants to endocrine disruptors. The PROCEED model was used as a theoretical...
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Childhood obesity and endocrine disrupting chemicals

Kim JT, Lee HK

The prevalence of obesity around the world has increased sharply. Strong evidence has emerged over the last decades that human exposure to numerous endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) is the cause...
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Importance of Oral Environment for Environmental Hormones Interaction with Human Body for Future Research

Lee SW, Jeon JY, Oh BC, Choi JW, Ro SS, Park CJ, Hwang KG

There is increasing evidence that the environmental hormones may adversely affect the human body. The human reproductive system misrecognizes some of these endocrine disruptors with consequences to reproductive cell differentiation....
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Relationship among Pro-environmental Attitude, Behavior to Decrease Exposure, Knowledge of Endocrine Disruptors, and Obesity-related Profiles in Nursing Students

Kim MA

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to examine the pro-environmental attitude (actual commitment domain, verbal commitment domain, affect domain), behavior to decreased exposure and knowledge of endocrine disruptors by obesity-related profiles...
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Overview and treatment of precocious puberty

Rhie YJ, Lee KH

Puberty is a complex and coordinated biologic process of sexual development that leads to complete gonadal maturation and function, and attainment of reproductive capacity. The pubertal activation of pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing...
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Endocrine-disrupting Chemicals: Review of Toxicological Mechanisms Using Molecular Pathway Analysis

Yang O, Kim HL, Weon JI, Seo YR

Endocrine disruptors are known to cause harmful effects to human through various exposure routes. These chemicals mainly appear to interfere with the endocrine or hormone systems. As importantly, numerous studies...
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