Navigation Links
Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
Date:1/28/2013

MONDAY, Jan. 28 (HealthDay News) -- Certain exercises that benefit the hearts of obese men with type 2 diabetes may not help women with the same health issues, according to a small new study.

The findings could help researchers and health care professionals develop targeted exercise routines for these women, the study authors said.

The investigators examined the cardiovascular responses -- such as heart rate and blood pressure -- of about 75 obese men and women with diabetes. These responses were measured using an isometric handgrip test, which involves continually squeezing an object for a few minutes.

The participants did the handgrip test before and after they completed a 16-week walking program. Men showed improvement in their cardiovascular responses after completing the walking program, but women did not.

"What this research highlights, at least using the handgrip test, is that the advantages we think exercise is going to give individuals may not be the same across genders, particularly for those who have type 2 diabetes," Jill Kanaley, a professor in the department of nutrition and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri, said in a school news release.

"This is a concern because there are high [death] rates with type 2 diabetes, especially for women. We're trying to find successful interventions to help these individuals, and we keep assuming that exercise will do the trick -- we think when we tell people to 'go train,' regardless of gender, everyone will get the same results. Our research indicates certain exercises may not be enough for women, as our walking program did not show positive improvements for them."

Longer-duration or higher-intensity exercise might benefit obese women with type 2 diabetes, Kanaley suggested. She also said more emphasis should be placed on how long it takes heart function to return to normal after a workout, as well as how fast the heart beats during a w
'/>"/>

Copyright©2012 ScoutNews,LLC.
All rights reserved  

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Very Obese Teens See Heart Gains From Weight-Loss Surgery: Study
2. Obese Drivers May Be More Likely to Die in Car Crashes
3. Obese much more likely to die in car crashes than normal weight drivers
4. Obese Patients Urged to Lose Weight Before Kidney Transplant
5. Obese Kids May Face Immediate Health Woes, Study Finds
6. Obese Patients May Have Less Success With Back Surgery
7. Study finds poorer outcomes for obese patients treated for lumbar disc herniation
8. Obese moms risk having babies with low vitamin D
9. Study Questions Advice Given to Obese Pregnant Women
10. Metformin improves blood glucose levels and BMI in very obese children
11. Supplements of Red Wine Antioxidant Dont Help Obese Men
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
(Date:5/22/2015)... May 22, 2015 “It’s like ... SLP, RAC-CT, CHHRP-QT, Vice President of Clinical Operations/Education ... important ‘language’ that impacts how care is coded ... in long term care reimbursement, operations and compliance ... and talent management, launches a new series of ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... (PRWEB) May 22, 2015 Coordinating ... a difficult process. Historically providers have not been ... payers. Starting in 2015, Medicare has paved the ... activities. Thanks to the launch of Oculus ... and health systems using the platform will now ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... May 22, 2015 Power Systems is proud ... the 2015 race season. Drobeck is in his second year ... a firefighter with the Missoula Fire Department in Missoula, MT. ... Pro in 2014. During his career, he has had 15 ... Drobeck recorded top 10 finishes in all seven of his ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) May 22, 2015 According ... as a hub for drug related death, totaling almost 2,500 ... number, as reported by state officials, totals 2,489 deaths stemming ... numbers work out, Pennsylvania loses seven people every day to ... Philadelphia has been singled out as one of the most ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... May 22, 2015 Medivo, Inc., a leader ... Rates and Genotype Results in ‘Baby Boomers’ Screened for HCV ... Nationwide Lab Test Database” at Digestive Disease Week, May 16-19, ... Affairs and Analytics team members Carol Smyth, MB; Jason Bhan, ... Parker, MSI, along with Nancy Reau, MD from the University ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Harmony Healthcare International Takes the Lead in Launching ICD-10 Coding Transition in Post-Acute Care 2Health News:Harmony Healthcare International Takes the Lead in Launching ICD-10 Coding Transition in Post-Acute Care 3Health News:Oculus Health Care Coordination Platform Officially Launched 2Health News:Oculus Health Care Coordination Platform Officially Launched 3Health News:Oculus Health Care Coordination Platform Officially Launched 4Health News:Philadelphia Ranks Among the Tops Cities in Penn. for Drug Deaths 2Health News:Medivo Study Finds HCV Positivity Rates are 250% Higher Among Baby Boomers 2
... literally the spice of life and for many people ... unthinkable. Yet just this aspect of everyday life is ... eating behaviours including changes in food preferences, faddism and ... these behaviours are linked to a loss of meaning ...
... to help later on, study suggests, , MONDAY, May ... from the breast in early infancy tend to consume ... research suggests. , This kind of self-regulation of food ... that breast-feeding protects against obesity. , "Infant self-regulation ...
... , ... Commissioner David Kessler, current Georgia Congressman Tom Price and Dr. Donald Hensrud of Mayo ... (MDPA) National Conference, October 19-21, 2010, in Atlanta, Georgia. , ... Florham Park, NJ (PRWEB) May 10, 2010 ...
... ... cancer charities through the sale of its ,breasts are beautiful, coffee table book , ... San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 10, ... 8 chance of contracting breast cancer, Jenny McCarthy has teamed with b for a cure ...
... ... almost 0.25 carats and worth over $700*! This diamond is perfect for setting in ... appraisal of your new gem, compliments of AllianceDiamonds.com. , ... (PRWEB) May 10, 2010 -- Certified loose diamond ...
... cancer have nearly doubled over the past two decades and ... by private health insurance and Medicaid have increased. The study ... treatments to outpatient care. Published early online in CANCER ... information could be used to prioritize future resources for treating ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Dementia takes away the meaning of flavors 2Health News:Breast-Fed Babies Know When to Say When 2Health News:Breast-Fed Babies Know When to Say When 3Health News:Dr. Kessler, Congressman Price & Mayo Clinic Headline Inaugural MDPA Conference 2Health News:Dr. Kessler, Congressman Price & Mayo Clinic Headline Inaugural MDPA Conference 3Health News:Jenny McCarthy - Actress, Activist, and Model - Dedicates bforacure's ‘breasts are beautiful' to Help Raise Money for Breast Cancer Charities 2Health News:Jenny McCarthy - Actress, Activist, and Model - Dedicates bforacure's ‘breasts are beautiful' to Help Raise Money for Breast Cancer Charities 3Health News:AllianceDiamonds.com Presents: Facebook Diamond Giveaway 2010 2Health News:Medical costs of cancer have nearly doubled over the past 2 decades 2
(Date:5/22/2015)... May 22, 2015 The leading companies ... billion global cardiac rhythm management device market dominate ... that Medtronic, St. Jude Medical, Boston Scientific and ... this market segment. The healthcare market research publisher,s ... uses 2015 as a base year, providing forecasts ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... ROCKVILLE, Md. , May 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ... "RegeneRx") today announced a peer-reviewed publication of the ... study evaluating RGN-259 (RegeneRx,s preservative-free eye drops) for ... Inc.,s controlled adverse environment (CAE ® ) model.  ... and the results, which were previously disseminated by ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... May 22, 2015 Research and Markets ... of the "Latest Regulations on Pharmaceutical International ... their offering. This is first time ... guidance on international multi-center clinical trials of drugs ... begun to be implemented on March 1, 2015. ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Kalorama: Top Companies Dominate Cardiac Defibrillator Market 2Kalorama: Top Companies Dominate Cardiac Defibrillator Market 3Kalorama: Top Companies Dominate Cardiac Defibrillator Market 4Complete Data from RegeneRx Phase II Dry Eye Trial Published in Current Issue of Clinical Ophthalmology 2Complete Data from RegeneRx Phase II Dry Eye Trial Published in Current Issue of Clinical Ophthalmology 3Complete Data from RegeneRx Phase II Dry Eye Trial Published in Current Issue of Clinical Ophthalmology 42015 Regulations on Pharmaceutical International Multi-Center Clinical Trials in China 2
... 11, 2011 Instacare Corp. (OTCQB: ISCR), the exclusive ... targeted at the $20 billion diabetes care marketplace, a ... for the chronically ill, and a leading developer of ... technologies, today announced that its Board of Directors has ...
... N.J., May 11, 2011 Pharmaceutical giants seeking new ... information on the pharma industry all know there,s only ... most successful and time-tested event for pharma industry leaders- ... 2011 in Parsippany, New Jersey ( www.pharmaciconference.com ). ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Instacare Corp. Board of Directors Considers Recent Merger Proposal Inadequate 2Pharma Elite to Unveil Latest Industry News/Program Agenda with 70+ Expert Speakers at Exclusive Event: Pharma CI Conference, September 13-14, 2011 in New Jersey 2
... patient serum or plasma, standards and controls are ... After a washing step, an alkaline phosphatase ... Fc region of human IgG. After another ... by a stopping step. The absorption is ...
...
...
...
Medicine Products: