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Response: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Abdominal Fat Accumulation According to Vitamin D Status in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes (J Obes Metab Syndr 2018;27:53–60)

Kim BY, Choi DH, Jung CH, Mok JO, Kang SK, Kim CH

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):128-129.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.128
No abstract available.
Letter to the Editor: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Abdominal Fat Accumulation According to Vitamin D Status in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes (J Obes Metab Syndr 2018;27:53–60)

Hwang J, Kim JY

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):125-127.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.125
No abstract available.
Association between Exercise and Metabolic Syndrome in Koreans

Lee SH, Lee Y, Seo JH, Kim YA

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):117-124.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.117
BACKGROUND: The favorable role of exercise on metabolic syndrome is well established; however, there is a lack of consistent epidemiological data. Thus, we analyzed the association between exercise intensity and...
Association between Body Mass Index and Serum Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate Level in 8-Year-Old Girls

Na JH, Kim YH, Hong SJ, Kim JK

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):110-116.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.110
BACKGROUND: Adiposity may play a role as a potential trigger for adrenarche. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the association between body mass index (BMI) and serum dehydroepiandrosterone...
Quercetin Upregulates Uncoupling Protein 1 in White/Brown Adipose Tissues through Sympathetic Stimulation

Choi H, Kim CS, Yu R

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):102-109.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.102
BACKGROUND: Uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1) plays an important role in increasing energy expenditure; thus, it is being considered as a new target for preventing obesity and metabolic complications. In this...
Exposure and Exercise Training in Hypoxic Conditions as a New Obesity Therapeutic Modality: A Mini Review

Park HY, Kim J, Park MY, Chung N, Hwang H, Nam SS, Lim K

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):93-101.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.93
Obesity is an important health problem caused by positive energy balance. Generally, low calorie dietary intake combined with regular exercise is the most common modality to lose bodily fat in...
Elderly Obesity: Is It Harmful or Beneficial?

Kim TN

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):84-92.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.84
The prevalence of obesity among elderly populations is a matter of increasing concern. Elderly obesity is a pathophysiologically complex issue, and predictions regarding obesity-related comorbidity and weight management are challenging....
The Effect of Circadian and Sleep Disruptions on Obesity Risk

Noh J

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):78-83.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.78
The prevalence of obesity continues to increase worldwide. Multiple risk factors and complex mechanisms are involved in the development and maintenance of obesity. Recently, emerging evidence has indicated that the...
Can Gut Microbiota Modulation Be Used as a Practical Treatment for Obesity?

Paek JK, Lee SY

  • J Obes Metab Syndr.
  • 2018 Jun;27(2):75-77.
  • doi: 10.7570/jomes.2018.27.2.75
No abstract available.

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