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Machine Learning Helps Detect 3 Molecules Indicative of Metabolic Syndrome - hcanews.com



Machine Learning Helps Detect 3 Molecules Indicative of Metabolic Syndrome 
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Their hope stems from 3 molecules that collectively signal insulin resistance, a predictor of metabolic syndrome and ?many diseases,? according to the study, ?Metabolomic analysis of insulin resistance across different mouse strains and diets ...

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Eating Too Quickly May Be Bad for Your Health - TIME



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Eating Too Quickly May Be Bad for Your Health 
TIME
Preliminary research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions in California suggests that people who eat slowly are less likely than speed-eaters to become obese or to develop metabolic syndrome, which encompasses a litany of ...
Eating too fast may lead to weight gain, heart disease Medical News Today
Disease Prevention: Diabetes and Heart Problems Can Be Avoided if You Eat Slower Newsweek
Wolfing Down Meals May Lead to Weight Gain and Heart Woes Live Science
EurekAlert (press release)  -Telegraph.co.uk 
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Why Eating Alone May Be Bad for You - TIME



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Why Eating Alone May Be Bad for You 
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People who eat most of their meals alone may be at increased risk for heart disease and diabetes, according to new research. A study found that men who dined solo at least twice a day were more likely to have metabolic syndrome ? a cluster of three or ...
It Turns Out Eating Alone Might Kill You Jezebel

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Slow down at Thanksgiving ? and every meal ? gobbling can hurt your health - Jacksonville Daily News



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Slow down at Thanksgiving ? and every meal ? gobbling can hurt your health 
Jacksonville Daily News
In 2008, the 642 men and 441 women didn't have metabolic syndrome. Researchers then put the patients into three eating-speed categories ? slow, normal and fast ? and compared the rate of metabolic syndrome. Five years later, 84 people had been ...
Medical News Today: Eating too fast may lead to weight gain, heart disease Mendon Journal
Gobbling your Food may harm your Waistline and Heart says American Heart Association Clarksville Online
Is eating too quickly bad for your health? Gulf Times

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes - Sci-News.com



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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes 
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According to Deshpande et al, regular intake of sugar-sweetened beverages can alter glucose handling and insulin sensitivity, thereby contributing to the development of the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes; there is also evidence that frequent ...

 


Fast eaters 11.6% more likely to develop metabolic syndrome - Cardiovascular Business



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Fast eaters 11.6% more likely to develop metabolic syndrome 
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Lead researcher Takayuki Yamaji, MD, and colleagues found through analysis of more than 1,000 middle-aged adults that those who described their consumption speed as slower than normal were less likely to develop metabolic syndrome or obesity, ...
Eating too quickly linked to obesity and increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke The Independent
Surprise surprise, eating too fast makes you fatter Metro
Eating too fast may lead to health problems later in life Bel Marra Health
New York Post  -New York Daily News  -Men's Fitness 
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Alcohol consumption and metabolic factors act together to increase the risk of severe liver disease - Medical Xpress



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Alcohol consumption and metabolic factors act together to increase the risk of severe liver disease 
Medical Xpress
The findings, which are published in Hepatology, indicate that multiple components of the metabolic syndrome affect the risk of severe liver disease in conjunction with alcohol consumption at levels that are typically thought to not cause liver damage.

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Coronary artery calcium carries prognostic value for patients with diabetes, metabolic syndrome - Cardiovascular Business



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Coronary artery calcium carries prognostic value for patients with diabetes, metabolic syndrome 
Cardiovascular Business
The research suggests CAC scores could be a useful addition to global assessment tools for CHD risk stratification in patients with diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Adding CAC scores to Framingham Risk Score (FRS), ethnicity/race and socioeconomic ...

 


Sugar-sweetened drinks raise risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome - Science Daily



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Sugar-sweetened drinks raise risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome 
Science Daily
The analysis also found a link between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and the metabolic syndrome -- a cluster of risk factors that raise the chances of developing heart disease, stroke and diabetes, according to the Hormone Health Network.
Just two sugary drinks per week may raise type 2 diabetes risk Medical News Today
Sugary Drinks Could Break Your Heart HealthDay

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Increase Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes - Olive Oil Times



Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Increase Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes 
Olive Oil Times
Metabolic syndrome and diabetes are responsible for 19 million deaths each year, reports the World Health Association (WHO). Therefore, because of the association of sugar consumption to these conditions, the public should take steps to reduce the ...