Navigation Links
Exercise and caloric restriction may be treatment method for metabolic syndrome
Date:2/27/2008

Published in the March/April issue of AJLM, the article, written by Peter M. Janiszewski, MSc, Travis J. Saunders BSc, and Robert Ross, PhD, at Queens University, reviews existing evidence that exercise and caloric restriction can be a valid treatment strategy for metabolic syndrome. The article is representative of the type of research published in AJLM, providing health professionals with real strategies for incorporating lifestyle modification into clinical medicine. The research has shown that lifestyle changes definitely help mitigate the risks associated with metabolic syndrome.

The metabolic syndrome is a prevalent, serious, yet often under-diagnosed condition afflicting 23% of the adult population in the United States alone, conveying significant risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease, commented Dr. James M. Rippe, nationally renowned cardiologist and editor of AJLM. Lifestyle changes represent the cornerstone of both treatment and prevention of this serious condition and this key article explores that evidence.


'/>"/>

Contact: Andrea Rulfo
media.inquiries@sagepub.com
805-410-7150
SAGE Publications
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Acne may prevent people from participating in sport and exercise, says research
2. Aquatic Exercises May Ease Fibromyalgia
3. Portable Computer Devices Can Aid Exercise Programs
4. U of I study: exercise to avoid gallstones!
5. Hand-held computers prod older adults to exercise more, Stanford study shows
6. IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc. Announces Closing of IPO and Exercise of Underwriters Over-Allotment Option
7. Older Americans suffer serious access limitations to exercise their right to vote
8. Center for Science Writings presents: Big Fat Lies: The Truth about Diet, Exercise and Obesity
9. CityVoter and ExerciseTV Partner to Launch ExerciseTV Top Trainer, a Nationwide Search for Americas Top Fitness Trainers
10. Mental and physical exercise delays dementia in fatal genetic disease
11. A Little Regular Exercise Extends Mens Lives
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/22/2017)... , ... May 22, 2017 , ... Galena, Alaska, has ... Arctic Circle made big headlines when it was targeted to build a nuclear plant ... Bush Alaska,” former city manager Marvin L. Yoder describes the journey to get power ...
(Date:5/22/2017)... ... May 22, 2017 , ... ... on Wellocity to empower WeightZone Factor members to track their exercise patterns, monitor ... excellent health education, all on their mobile phones. It also provides social networks ...
(Date:5/21/2017)... , ... May 19, 2017 , ... Chris Cornell, 52, was found dead on the ... one of the most respected lead singers in the rock industry would take his own ... mental illness. FindaTopDoc investigates how mental illness played a role in the death of ...
(Date:5/21/2017)... ... May 20, 2017 , ... ... between ABC Financial Services and financial systems. , Dozens of clubs ... files that are electronically processed through GetLinked into their club’s accounting system , ...
(Date:5/21/2017)... ... 20, 2017 , ... Pot. Reefer. Grass. Mary Jane. No matter what people ... attributes like never before. More than a map, new social marketplace Weedable ... products – and for the first time – each other. A social marketplace like ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:5/18/2017)... , May 18, 2017  Two Bayer U.S. ... Association (HBA) during its recent 28 th ... City.  The event showcases HBA,s longstanding mission of furthering ... of healthcare. Cindy Powell-Steffen , senior ... U.S. Radiology division, and Libby Howe , a ...
(Date:5/15/2017)... PHILADELPHIA , May 15, 2017 Enterin Inc., ... and developing novel compounds to treat Parkinson,s disease ... The study is a Phase 1/2a randomized, controlled, multicenter study ... sites. It will enroll 50 patients over a 9-to-12-month period. ... doses in 10 patients with PD. Participating sites include ...
(Date:5/10/2017)... May 10, 2017 Hologic, Inc. (Nasdaq: ... for the fiscal second quarter ended April 1, 2017 ... $1.84 increased 666.7% compared to the prior year period ... in a significant gain, while non-GAAP diluted EPS of ... or 3.8% in constant currency terms.  Excluding the effects ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: