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Erratum: Health Blief Model-based intervention to improve nutritional behavior among elderly women

Iranagh JA, Rahman HA, Motalebi S

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The Effects of industrial workers' food choice attribute on sugar intake pattern and job satisfaction with Structural Equcation Model

Park YI, Joo N

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This research analyzes the effects of the food choices of industrial workers according to their sugar intake pattern on their job satisfaction through the construction of a model on...
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Evaluation of emotion-based messages designed to motivate Hispanic and Asian parents of early adolescents to engage in calcium-rich food and beverage parenting practices

Banna JC, Reicks M, Gunther C, Richards R, Bruhn C, Cluskey M, Wong SS, Misner S, Hongu N, Johnston N

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Setting healthful beverage expectations, making calcium-rich foods and beverages (CRF/B) available, and role modeling are parenting practices promoting calcium intake among early adolescents. This study aimed to evaluate emotion-based...
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Nutritional aspects of night eating and its association with weight status among Korean adolescents

Hernandez , Kim M, Kim WG, Yoon J

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: A growing body of research has indicated that night eating could be associated with poor diet quality and negative health outcomes. This study examined the nutritional aspects of night...
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A study on blood lipid profiles, aluminum and mercury levels in college students

Jung E, Hyun W, Ro Y, Lee H, Song K

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: College students are in a period of transition from adolescence to adulthood, in which proper dietary habits and balanced nutritional intake are very important. However, improper dietary habits and...
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Development and evaluation of a dish-based semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire for Korean adolescents

Yum J, Lee S

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to develop a dish-based semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire s(FFQ) for Korean adolescents and evaluate its reproducibility and validity. SUBJECTS/METHODS: Based on 24-hour dietary recall...
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Perception and practice regarding allergen labeling: focus on food-related employees

Park SE, Kwon YS, Paik JK, Kwak TK, Hong WS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Most consumers are able to recognize allergenic foods. However, the frequency of checking such foods is reportedly low, resulting in higher prevalence of food-related allergic reactions in Korea compared...
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The influence of obesity on the effects of spirulina supplementation in the human metabolic response of Korean elderly

Park HJ, Lee HS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Spirulina, a blue-green alga, is widely produced and commercialized as a dietary supplement with bio- and immune-modulatory functions. We have previously shown that spirulina had favorable effects on lipid...
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Leptin and uric acid as predictors of metabolic syndrome in jordanian adults

Obeidat AA, Ahmad MN, Haddad FH, Azzeh FS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a set of interrelated metabolic risk factors that increase the risk of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Studies regarding the specificity and sensitivity of serum levels...
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Dietary inflammatory index is associated with serum C-reactive protein and protein energy wasting in hemodialysis patients: A cross-sectional study

Kizil M, Tengilimoglu-Metin MM, Gumus D, Sevim S, Turkoglu I, Mandiroglu F

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Malnutrition and inflammation are reported as the most powerful predictors of mortality and morbidity in hemodialysis (HD) patients. Diet has a key role in modulating inflammation and dietary inflammatory...
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Associations among plasma vitamin C, epidermal ceramide and clinical severity of atopic dermatitis

Shin J, Kim YJ, Kwon O, Kim NI, Cho Y

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Atopic dermatitis (AD), a chronic inflammatory skin disease, is accompanied by disruption of the epidermal lipid barrier, of which ceramide (Cer) is the major component. Recently it was reported...
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Therapeutic effects of dihydroartemisinin and transferrin against glioblastoma

Kim SH, Kang SH, Kang BS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Artemisinin, a natural product isolated from Gaeddongssuk (artemisia annua L.) and its main active derivative, dihydroartemisinin (DHA), have long been used as antimalarial drugs. Recent studies reported that artemisinin...
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Effects of disturbed liver growth and oxidative stress of high-fat diet-fed dams on cholesterol metabolism in offspring mice

Kim J, Kim J, Kwon YH

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Changes in nutritional status during gestation and lactation have detrimental effects on offspring metabolism. Several animal studies have shown that maternal high-fat diet (HFD) can predispose the offspring to...
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Involvement of miR-Let7A in inflammatory response and cell survival/apoptosis regulated by resveratrol in THP-1 macrophage

Song J, Jun M, Ahn MR, Kim OY

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Resveratrol, a natural polyphenol, has multiple functions in cellular responses including apoptosis, survival, and differentiation. It also participates in the regulation of inflammatory response and oxidative stress. MicroRNA-Let-7A (miR-Let7A),...
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Adenophora remotiflora protects human skin keratinocytes against UVB-induced photo-damage by regulating antioxidative activity and MMP-1 expression

Kim HK

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Chronic ultraviolet (UV) exposure-induced reactive oxygen species (ROS) are commonly involved in the pathogenesis of skin damage by activating the metalloproteinases (MMP) that break down type I collagen. Adenophora...
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