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Factors associated with Self-Rated Health in Metabolic Syndrome and Relationship between Sleep Duration and Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors

Lee BG, Lee JY, Kim SA, Son DM, Ham OK

PURPOSE: Purpose was to explore associations between sleep duration and metabolic syndrome (MS) risks, and to determine factors associated with self-rated health (SRH) of adults with MS compared to other...
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Body mass index, waist-to-hip ratio, and metabolic syndrome as predictors of middle-aged men's health

Park JH, Cho IC, Kim YS, Kim SK, Min SK, Kye SS

PURPOSE: There is no reported evidence for an anthropometric index that might link obesity to men's sexual health. We evaluated the ability of an anthropometric index and the symptom scores...
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The Relation of Thyroid Function to Components of the Metabolic Syndrome in Korean Men and Women

Park SB, Choi HC, Joo NS

This study was to assess the relation of thyroid dysfunction to metabolic syndrome (MetS) at an earlier stage in Korean population. Metabolic parameters such as body composition, blood pressure (BP),...
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Impact of Visceral Fat on the Metabolic Syndrome and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Jeong SK, Kim YK, Park JW, Shin YJ, Kim DS

Visceral fat has been reported to be associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and the metabolic syndrome (MetS). We assessed the prevalence of both NAFLD and the MetS, measured...
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Impact of the Metabolic Syndrome and Its Components on Pulse Wave Velocity

Kim YK

BACKGROUND: Pulse wave velocity (PWV) reflects arterial stiffness and may provide an integrated index of vascular status and cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. Although the individual components of the metabolic...
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Association between Job Stress on Heart Rate Variability and Metabolic Syndrome in Shipyard Male Workers

Kang MG, Koh SB, Cha BS, Park JK, Woo JM, Chang SJ

A growing body of literature has documented that job stress is associated with the development of cardiovascular disease. Nevertheless, the pathophysiological mechanism of this association remains unclear. The purpose of...
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