Experts and Doctors on life style in United States

Summary

Locale: United States
Topic: life style

Top Publications

  1. Brasky T, Moysich K, Cohn D, White E. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and endometrial cancer risk in the VITamins And Lifestyle (VITAL) cohort. Gynecol Oncol. 2013;128:113-119 pubmed publisher
    ..Aspirin should continue to be examined as a potential agent for cancer chemoprevention. ..
  2. Drewnowski A, Fiddler E, Dauchet L, Galan P, Hercberg S. Diet quality measures and cardiovascular risk factors in France: applying the Healthy Eating Index to the SU.VI.MAX study. J Am Coll Nutr. 2009;28:22-9 pubmed
    ..However, HEI scores were only weakly linked to health parameters or to body weight. Linking diet quality to health outcomes is a continuing challenge. ..
  3. Hoffman J, Hennig B. Protective influence of healthful nutrition on mechanisms of environmental pollutant toxicity and disease risks. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2017;1398:99-107 pubmed publisher
    ..This nutritional paradigm in environmental toxicology requires further study in order to improve our understanding of the relationships between nutrition and other lifestyle modifications and toxicant-induced diseases. ..
  4. LaRowe T, Wubben D, Cronin K, Vannatter S, Adams A. Development of a culturally appropriate, home-based nutrition and physical activity curriculum for Wisconsin American Indian families. Prev Chronic Dis. 2007;4:A109 pubmed
  5. Gharaibeh M, Stoecker B. Assessment of serum 25(OH)D concentration in women of childbearing age and their preschool children in Northern Jordan during summer. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2009;63:1320-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite the abundant sunlight during summer, vitamin D status is a concern for mothers and children in Jordan. ..
  6. Navarro Silvera S, Mayne S, Risch H, Gammon M, Vaughan T, Chow W, et al. Principal component analysis of dietary and lifestyle patterns in relation to risk of subtypes of esophageal and gastric cancer. Ann Epidemiol. 2011;21:543-50 pubmed publisher
    ..GERD/obesity were confirmed as risk factors for EA and smoking/alcohol as risk factors for ESCC. ..
  7. Smith Dijulio K, Anderson D. Sustainability of a multimodal intervention to promote lifestyle factors associated with the prevention of cardiovascular disease in midlife Australian women: a 5-year follow-up. Health Care Women Int. 2009;30:1111-30 pubmed publisher
    ..The role of self-efficacy in behavior change is unclear. The original intervention group reported higher self-reported health. ..
  8. Armelagos G. Human evolution and the evolution of disease. Ethn Dis. 1991;1:21-5 pubmed
  9. Lofgren I, Greene G, Schembre S, Delmonico M, Riebe D, Clark P. Comparison of diet quality, physical activity and biochemical values of older adults either reporting or not reporting use of lipid-lowering medication. J Nutr Health Aging. 2010;14:168-72 pubmed
    ..Older adults need additional education on the importance of lifestyle changes in reducing CHD risk, whether taking lipid-lowering medications or not. ..

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  1. Sonnenberg A. Effects of environment and lifestyle on gastroesophageal reflux disease. Dig Dis. 2011;29:229-34 pubmed publisher
    ..pylori infection. The study of environmental risk factors may provide an opportunity to better understand GERD and develop a means of its prevention. ..
  2. Luke A, Bovet P, Forrester T, Lambert E, Plange Rhule J, Dugas L, et al. Prediction of fat-free mass using bioelectrical impedance analysis in young adults from five populations of African origin. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2013;67:956-60 pubmed publisher
    ..The study-derived equations provide an important tool for research in these understudied populations. ..
  3. John E, Stern M, Sinha R, Koo J. Meat consumption, cooking practices, meat mutagens, and risk of prostate cancer. Nutr Cancer. 2011;63:525-37 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings provide further evidence that consumption of processed meat and red meat cooked at high temperature is associated with increased risk of advanced, but not localized, prostate cancer. ..
  4. Ptomey L, Willis E, Goetz J, Lee J, Szabo Reed A, Sullivan D, et al. Portion-controlled meals provide increases in diet quality during weight loss and maintenance. J Hum Nutr Diet. 2016;29:209-16 pubmed publisher
  5. Slater M, Kelly K, Thackeray R. Segmentation on a shoestring: health audience segmentation in limited-budget and local social marketing interventions. Health Promot Pract. 2006;7:170-3 pubmed
  6. Khan N, Afaq F, Mukhtar H. Lifestyle as risk factor for cancer: Evidence from human studies. Cancer Lett. 2010;293:133-43 pubmed publisher
    ..In this article, we present evidences on the association between certain lifestyle characteristics and their contribution for developing breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers, using information derived from human studies. ..
  7. Thompson C, Plummer S, Tucker T, Casey G, Li L. Interleukin-22 genetic polymorphisms and risk of colon cancer. Cancer Causes Control. 2010;21:1165-70 pubmed publisher
    ..52, 95% CI = 1.12-2.06, p = 0.0073). Our findings suggest that the rs1179251 SNP in IL-22 is associated with risk of colon cancer. ..
  8. Melby M, Anderson D, Sievert L, Obermeyer C. Methods used in cross-cultural comparisons of vasomotor symptoms and their determinants. Maturitas. 2011;70:110-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Recommendations are made to improve methodological rigor and facilitate comparisons in future cross-cultural menopause studies. ..
  9. Piyathilake C, Badiga S, Alvarez R, Partridge E, Johanning G. A lower degree of PBMC L1 methylation is associated with excess body weight and higher HOMA-IR in the presence of lower concentrations of plasma folate. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e54544 pubmed publisher
    ..78, 95% CI:1.02-3.13, P = 0.041). Our results demonstrated that a lower degree of PBMC L1 methylation is associated with excess body weight and higher HOMA-IR, especially in the presence of lower concentrations of plasma folate. ..
  10. Yarborough B, Leo M, Yarborough M, Stumbo S, Janoff S, Perrin N, et al. Improvement in Body Image, Perceived Health, and Health-Related Self-Efficacy Among People With Serious Mental Illness: The STRIDE Study. Psychiatr Serv. 2016;67:296-301 pubmed publisher
    ..Participation in STRIDE improved body image, and losing weight improved perceived health and health-related self-efficacy. ..
  11. Speroff L. Alternative therapies for postmenopausal women. Int J Fertil Womens Med. 2005;50:101-14 pubmed
  12. McLeod K, McCann S, Horvath P, Wactawski Wende J. Predictors of change in calcium intake in postmenopausal women after osteoporosis screening. J Nutr. 2007;137:1968-73 pubmed
    ..This study provided evidence that the results of osteoporosis DXA screening influence postmenopausal women's decisions to increase calcium intake. ..
  13. Befort C, Nollen N, Ellerbeck E, Sullivan D, Thomas J, Ahluwalia J. Motivational interviewing fails to improve outcomes of a behavioral weight loss program for obese African American women: a pilot randomized trial. J Behav Med. 2008;31:367-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Future research is warranted to determine the subpopulations with which MI is most effective. ..
  14. Canady R, Bullen B, Holzman C, Broman C, Tian Y. Discrimination and symptoms of depression in pregnancy among African American and White women. Womens Health Issues. 2008;18:292-300 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite these limitations, the study points to potential links between lifetime discrimination and depressive symptoms in pregnancy. ..
  15. Wald A, Scarpignato C, Mueller Lissner S, Kamm M, Hinkel U, Helfrich I, et al. A multinational survey of prevalence and patterns of laxative use among adults with self-defined constipation. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2008;28:917-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Prevalence of self-defined constipation and laxative use varies among countries. Prevalence is generally related to gender and age, whereas laxative use is related to age, but not to gender. ..
  16. Egan B, Laken M, Donovan J, Woolson R. Does dark chocolate have a role in the prevention and management of hypertension?: commentary on the evidence. Hypertension. 2010;55:1289-95 pubmed publisher
    ..This commentary summarizes 13 peer-reviewed studies on dark chocolate and blood pressure and raises questions relevant to its future as an evidence-based lifestyle intervention. ..
  17. Vazquez L, Conti J, Sears S. Female-specific education, management, and lifestyle enhancement for implantable cardioverter defibrillator patients: the FEMALE-ICD study. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol. 2010;33:1131-40 pubmed publisher
    ..Young women appear to be an at-risk subgroup of this population and may experience more benefit from psychosocial treatment targeting device-specific concerns. ..
  18. Bardach S, Schoenberg N, Howell B. What Motivates Older Adults to Improve Diet and Exercise Patterns?. J Community Health. 2016;41:22-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest the importance of creating more positive images of old age and tailoring health promotion efforts to older adults' motivations and confidence in their ability to make behavior changes. ..
  19. Nicklas J, Skurnik G, Zera C, Reforma L, Levkoff S, Seely E. Employing a Multi-level Approach to Recruit a Representative Sample of Women with Recent Gestational Diabetes Mellitus into a Randomized Lifestyle Intervention Trial. Matern Child Health J. 2016;20:261-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Given the increased challenges of recruiting postpartum women with GDM into research studies, we believe our findings will be useful to other investigators seeking to study this population. ..
  20. Freizinger M, Franko D, Dacey M, Okun B, Domar A. The prevalence of eating disorders in infertile women. Fertil Steril. 2010;93:72-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, patients with a past or current eating disorder may not disclose this information to reproductive health care providers, which may limit providers' ability to provide appropriate medical and psychologic referrals. ..
  21. Hrushesky W, Grutsch J, Wood P, Yang X, Oh E, Ansell C, et al. Circadian clock manipulation for cancer prevention and control and the relief of cancer symptoms. Integr Cancer Ther. 2009;8:387-97 pubmed publisher
    ..These drugs and strategies can, in turn, be used to make cancer patients with advanced disease feel and function more normally. ..
  22. Mares J, Voland R, Sondel S, Millen A, LaRowe T, Moeller S, et al. Healthy lifestyles related to subsequent prevalence of age-related macular degeneration. Arch Ophthalmol. 2011;129:470-80 pubmed publisher
    ..001). Modifying lifestyles might reduce risk for early AMD as much as 3-fold, lowering the risk for advanced AMD in a person's lifetime and the social and economic costs of AMD to society. ..
  23. Hardikar S, Onstad L, Blount P, Odze R, Reid B, Vaughan T. The role of tobacco, alcohol, and obesity in neoplastic progression to esophageal adenocarcinoma: a prospective study of Barrett's esophagus. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e52192 pubmed publisher
    ..Continued follow-up of this and other cohorts is needed to precisely define these relationships so as to inform risk stratification and preventive interventions. ..
  24. Hoang P, Cameron M, Gandevia S, Lord S. Neuropsychological, balance, and mobility risk factors for falls in people with multiple sclerosis: a prospective cohort study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2014;95:480-6 pubmed publisher
    ..638-.785). The study reveals important balance, coordination, and cognitive determinants of falls in PwMS. These should assist the development of effective strategies for prevention of falls in this high-risk group. ..
  25. Dumoulin C, Hunter K, Moore K, Bradley C, Burgio K, Hagen S, et al. Conservative management for female urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse review 2013: Summary of the 5th International Consultation on Incontinence. Neurourol Urodyn. 2016;35:15-20 pubmed publisher
    ..For POP, new evidence supports the effectiveness of physiotherapy in the treatment of POP and there are now improved levels of evidence and grades of recommendation. Neurourol. Urodynam. 35:15-20, 2016. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. ..
  26. Peterson M, Zhang P, Saltarelli W, Visich P, Gordon P. Low Muscle Strength Thresholds for the Detection of Cardiometabolic Risk in Adolescents. Am J Prev Med. 2016;50:593-599 pubmed publisher
    ..36). These sex-specific thresholds of low strength can be incorporated into a clinical setting for identifying adolescents that would benefit from lifestyle interventions to improve muscular fitness and reduce cardiometabolic risk. ..
  27. Shi L. Primary care, specialty care, and life chances. Int J Health Serv. 1994;24:431-58 pubmed
    ..From a policy perspective, a likely implication is to reorient the medical profession from its current expensive, clinically based, treatment-focused practice to a more cost-effective, prevention-oriented primary care system. ..
  28. Pendergast D, Fisher N, Meksawan K, Doubrava M, Vladutiu G. The distribution of white blood cell fat oxidation in health and disease. J Inherit Metab Dis. 2004;27:89-99 pubmed
    ..Ranges of WBC fat oxidation that are abnormally low (<20 nmol/h per 10(9) WBC, normal 20-35) or high (>35 nmol/h per 10(9) WBC) are proposed based on genetic factors evaluated in this study. ..
  29. Ahmed T, Khandwala F, Abelson T, Hicks D, Richter J, Milstein C, et al. Chronic laryngitis associated with gastroesophageal reflux: prospective assessment of differences in practice patterns between gastroenterologists and ENT physicians. Am J Gastroenterol. 2006;101:470-8 pubmed
    ..4) Our study highlights a need for cross communication and education between these two disciplines in understanding and treating GERD-related laryngitis better. ..
  30. Welch G, Wesolowski C, Piepul B, Kuhn J, Romanelli J, Garb J. Physical activity predicts weight loss following gastric bypass surgery: findings from a support group survey. Obes Surg. 2008;18:517-24 pubmed publisher
    ..A challenge for researchers will be to develop novel, intensive recruiting and retention strategies to allow closer examination of these issues. ..
  31. Varghese A, du Plessis S, Agarwal A. Male gamete survival at stake: causes and solutions. Reprod Biomed Online. 2008;17:866-80 pubmed
    ..This review aims to include all the possible causes of disruption to this unique cell and their probable solutions, in the hope of clearing up the ambiguity that surrounds male factor infertility. ..
  32. Khayat R, Small R, Rathman L, Krueger S, Gocke B, Clark L, et al. Sleep-disordered breathing in heart failure: identifying and treating an important but often unrecognized comorbidity in heart failure patients. J Card Fail. 2013;19:431-44 pubmed publisher
    ..This article provides an overview of SDB in HF and proposes a clinical care pathway to help clinicians to better recognize and treat SDB in their HF patients. ..
  33. Kelly S, Oswalt K, Melnyk B, Jacobson D. Comparison of intervention fidelity between COPE TEEN and an attention-control program in a randomized controlled trial. Health Educ Res. 2015;30:233-47 pubmed publisher
    ..It is important to assess novel skill development prior to the commencement of experimental interventions and to provide corrective feedback during the course of implementation. ..
  34. Frey N, Jossi J, Bodmer M, Bircher A, Jick S, Meier C, et al. The Epidemiology of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis in the UK. J Invest Dermatol. 2017;137:1240-1247 pubmed publisher
    ..This large and longitudinal observational study on the epidemiology of SJS/TEN contributes to the understanding of this still underinvestigated severe skin disease in a European and largely white study population. ..
  35. Basile J. Antihypertensive therapy, new-onset diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Int J Clin Pract. 2009;63:656-66 pubmed publisher
  36. Valencia H, Savage P, Ades P. Cardiac rehabilitation participation in underserved populations. Minorities, low socioeconomic, and rural residents. J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev. 2011;31:203-10 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, it is likely that referral to, and participation in, CR will soon be considered a quality indicator, providing further incentive for programs to optimize CR utilization among all eligible patients. ..
  37. Wrobel M, Figge J, Izzo J. Hypertension in diverse populations: a New York State Medicaid clinical guidance document. J Am Soc Hypertens. 2011;5:208-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Improved provider-patient partnership and communication is important to blood pressure lowering success, and cultural sensitivity should be taken into account where applicable. ..
  38. McCurry S, Pike K, Vitiello M, Logsdon R, Larson E, Teri L. Increasing walking and bright light exposure to improve sleep in community-dwelling persons with Alzheimer's disease: results of a randomized, controlled trial. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2011;59:1393-402 pubmed publisher
    ..Walking, light exposure, and their combination are potentially effective treatments for improving sleep in community-dwelling persons with AD, but consistent adherence to treatment recommendations is required. ..
  39. Phelan S, Phipps M, Abrams B, Darroch F, Grantham K, Schaffner A, et al. Does behavioral intervention in pregnancy reduce postpartum weight retention? Twelve-month outcomes of the Fit for Delivery randomized trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014;99:302-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Future research is needed to test the long-term effects of more intensive behavioral interventions in pregnancy. This trial was registered at clinicaltrials.gov as NCT01117961. ..
  40. Li Y, Chang S, Niu R, Liu L, Crabtree Ide C, Zhao B, et al. TP53 genetic polymorphisms, interactions with lifestyle factors and lung cancer risk: a case control study in a Chinese population. BMC Cancer. 2013;13:607 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study also suggested potential synergetic effects of TP53 rs2078486 SNP with smoking and indoor air pollution exposure on lung cancer risk. ..
  41. Bailey E, Malecki K, Engelman C, Walsh M, Bersch A, Martinez Donate A, et al. Predictors of discordance between perceived and objective neighborhood data. Ann Epidemiol. 2014;24:214-21 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that consideration should be given to including both types of measures in future studies. ..
  42. Salvatore M, Terrebonne J, Fields V, Nodurft D, Runfalo C, Latimer B, et al. Initiation of calorie restriction in middle-aged male rats attenuates aging-related motoric decline and bradykinesia without increased striatal dopamine. Neurobiol Aging. 2016;37:192-207 pubmed publisher
    ..Sustaining nigral dopamine neurotransmission may be one component of preserving locomotor capabilities during aging. ..
  43. Azar K, Koliwad S, Poon T, Xiao L, Lv N, GRIGGS R, et al. The Electronic CardioMetabolic Program (eCMP) for Patients With Cardiometabolic Risk: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res. 2016;18:e134 pubmed publisher
    ..Clinicaltrials.gov NCT02246400; https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02246400 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6h6mWWokP). ..
  44. Bravender T, Russell A, Chung R, Armstrong S. A "novel" intervention: a pilot study of children's literature and healthy lifestyles. Pediatrics. 2010;125:e513-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Future research is needed to determine if the novel is effective for healthy lifestyle promotion among all overweight and obese adolescents. ..
  45. Gan M, Albanese O Neill A, Haller M. Type 1 diabetes: current concepts in epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical care, and research. Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care. 2012;42:269-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Herein, we provide a comprehensive review of the natural history, pathophysiology, and contemporary management of T1D. In addition, recent advances in T1D research are discussed. ..
  46. Mazurek M, Engelhardt C. Video game use in boys with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, or typical development. Pediatrics. 2013;132:260-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest a need for longitudinal research to better understand predictors and outcomes of video game use in children with ASD and ADHD. ..
  47. Spring B, Moller A, Colangelo L, Siddique J, Roehrig M, Daviglus M, et al. Healthy lifestyle change and subclinical atherosclerosis in young adults: Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study. Circulation. 2014;130:10-7 pubmed publisher
    ..020, P<0.01). Healthy lifestyle changes during young adulthood are associated with decreased risk and unhealthy lifestyle changes are associated with increased risk for subclinical atherosclerosis in middle age. ..
  48. Pant S, Shapiro C. Aromatase inhibitor-associated bone loss: clinical considerations. Drugs. 2008;68:2591-600 pubmed publisher
    ..Bisphosphonates are specific inhibitors of osteoclasts and reduce bone loss in women treated with AIs. The optimal dose administration schedule and duration of bisphosphonate treatment for AI-induced bone loss remains undefined. ..
  49. Melnyk B, Kelly S, Jacobson D, Belyea M, Shaibi G, Small L, et al. The COPE healthy lifestyles TEEN randomized controlled trial with culturally diverse high school adolescents: baseline characteristics and methods. Contemp Clin Trials. 2013;36:41-53 pubmed publisher
  50. Gorodeski G. Update on cardiovascular disease in post-menopausal women. Best Pract Res Clin Obstet Gynaecol. 2002;16:329-55 pubmed
    ..Results of ongoing long-term studies may determine the beneficial role of hormone replacement versus potential risks involved with this treatment. ..
  51. Melnyk B, Jacobson D, Kelly S, Belyea M, Shaibi G, Small L, et al. Promoting healthy lifestyles in high school adolescents: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Prev Med. 2013;45:407-15 pubmed publisher
    ..There also was a trend for COPE Teens to report less alcohol use at 6 months (p=0.06). COPE can improve short- and more long-term outcomes in high school teens. This study is registered at www.clinicaltrials.gov NCT01704768. ..
  52. Jones K, Liptan G. Exercise interventions in fibromyalgia: clinical applications from the evidence. Rheum Dis Clin North Am. 2009;35:373-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Such an alliance increases the likelihood of the patient successfully integrating life-long exercise into his or her comprehensive FM treatment plan. ..
  53. Egede L, Ellis C. Diabetes and depression: global perspectives. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2010;87:302-12 pubmed publisher
    ..Coordinated strategies for clinical care are necessary to improve clinical outcomes and reduce the burden of illness. ..
  54. Barin K, Dodson E. Dizziness in the elderly. Otolaryngol Clin North Am. 2011;44:437-54, x pubmed publisher
    ..Issues related to the management of these symptoms in the aging population are also considered...
  55. O Brien M, Perez A, Alos V, Whitaker R, Ciolino J, Mohr D, et al. The feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness of a Promotora-Led Diabetes Prevention Program (PL-DPP) in Latinas: a pilot study. Diabetes Educ. 2015;41:485-94 pubmed publisher
    ..Future research examining this intervention in a randomized clinical trial should explore factors impacting its effects using both qualitative and quantitative methods. ..
  56. Sirois M, Darby M, Tolle S. Understanding Muslim patients: cross-cultural dental hygiene care. Int J Dent Hyg. 2013;11:105-14 pubmed publisher
    ..The ultimate goal is for practitioners to be culturally competent in providing care to Muslim patients, while keeping in mind that beliefs and practices can vary widely within a culture. ..
  57. Dorn J, Genco R, Grossi S, Falkner K, Hovey K, Iacoviello L, et al. Periodontal disease and recurrent cardiovascular events in survivors of myocardial infarction (MI): the Western New York Acute MI Study. J Periodontol. 2010;81:502-11 pubmed publisher
    ..05). These findings indicate that periodontal disease may be an important factor in determining recurrent cardiovascular events in MI patients and not merely a marker for the effects of cigarette smoking. ..
  58. Lambert E, Holmboe E. The relationship between specialty choice and gender of U.S. medical students, 1990-2003. Acad Med. 2005;80:797-802 pubmed
    ..Men and women expressed similar and significant rates of declining interest in specialties with uncontrollable lifestyles. ..
  59. Kantor E, Lampe J, Kratz M, White E. Lifestyle factors and inflammation: associations by body mass index. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e67833 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that posited anti-inflammatory drugs and behaviors may be less strongly associated with inflammation among the obese than among lower weight persons. ..
  60. Kusano Y, Crews D, Iwamoto A, Sone Y, Aoyagi K, Maeda T, et al. Allostatic load differs by sex and diet, but not age in older Japanese from the Goto Islands. Ann Hum Biol. 2016;43:34-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Although lack of association with life ways was not expected, AL apparently assesses physiological dysregulation cross-culturally. ..
  61. Rafey M. Resistant hypertension in the elderly. Clin Geriatr Med. 2009;25:289-301 pubmed publisher
    ..In those patients with resistant hypertension without an identifiable cause, non invasive measurement of hemodynamic profile is an important option to achieve meet blood pressure goals. ..
  62. Appelhans B, French S, Pagoto S, Sherwood N. Managing temptation in obesity treatment: A neurobehavioral model of intervention strategies. Appetite. 2016;96:268-279 pubmed publisher
  63. Beydoun M, Gamaldo A, Beydoun H, Tanaka T, Tucker K, Talegawkar S, et al. Caffeine and alcohol intakes and overall nutrient adequacy are associated with longitudinal cognitive performance among U.S. adults. J Nutr. 2014;144:890-901 pubmed publisher
    ..Further longitudinal studies conducted on larger samples of adults are needed to determine whether dietary factors individually or in combination are modifiers of cognitive trajectories among adults. ..
  64. Thacker H. Assessing risks and benefits of nonhormonal treatments for vasomotor symptoms in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2011;20:1007-16 pubmed publisher
    ..Choosing an appropriate treatment approach for the management of VMS requires careful assessment of the riskbenefit ratio of each alternative, as well as individual patient preference. ..
  65. DeBar L, Stevens V, Perrin N, Wu P, Pearson J, Yarborough B, et al. A primary care-based, multicomponent lifestyle intervention for overweight adolescent females. Pediatrics. 2012;129:e611-20 pubmed publisher
    ..A 5-month, medium-intensity, primary care-based, multicomponent behavioral intervention was associated with significant and sustained decreases in BMI z scores among obese adolescent girls compared with those receiving usual care. ..
  66. Cardi M, Munk N, Zanjani F, Kruger T, Schaie K, Willis S. Health behavior risk factors across age as predictors of cardiovascular disease diagnosis. J Aging Health. 2009;21:759-75 pubmed publisher
    ..05). A high risk of CVD appears to exist for adults across the life span, and several risky health behaviors also seem to place individuals more at risk for being diagnosed with CVD. ..
  67. Gorczyca A, Sjaarda L, Mitchell E, Perkins N, Schliep K, Wactawski Wende J, et al. Changes in macronutrient, micronutrient, and food group intakes throughout the menstrual cycle in healthy, premenopausal women. Eur J Nutr. 2016;55:1181-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These results highlight a plausible link between macronutrient intake and menstrual cycle phase. ..
  68. Cabler S, Agarwal A, Flint M, du Plessis S. Obesity: modern man's fertility nemesis. Asian J Androl. 2010;12:480-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Because of the relative unawareness and lack of research in this area, controlled studies should be undertaken and more focus should be given to obesity as an etiolgy of male infertility. ..
  69. Crosson J, Heisler M, Subramanian U, Swain B, Davis G, Lasser N, et al. Physicians' perceptions of barriers to cardiovascular disease risk factor control among patients with diabetes: results from the translating research into action for diabetes (TRIAD) study. J Am Board Fam Med. 2010;23:171-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Supporting such efforts with adequate reimbursement should be a focus of health care reform. ..
  70. LaRowe T, Adams A, Jobe J, Cronin K, Vannatter S, Prince R. Dietary intakes and physical activity among preschool-aged children living in rural American Indian communities before a family-based healthy lifestyle intervention. J Am Diet Assoc. 2010;110:1049-57 pubmed publisher
    ..The Healthy Children Strong Families intervention we studied has potential for improving nutrition and physical activity among preschool-aged children living in rural American Indian communities. ..
  71. Landry A, Madson M, Thomson J, Zoellner J, Connell C, Yadrick K. A randomized trial using motivational interviewing for maintenance of blood pressure improvements in a community-engaged lifestyle intervention: HUB city steps. Health Educ Res. 2015;30:910-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Further research is needed to determine optimal strategies for maintaining changes. ..
  72. Butler K, Rayens M, Hahn E, Adkins S, Staten R. Smoke-free policy and alcohol use among undergraduate college students. Public Health Nurs. 2012;29:256-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Implementation of a community smoke-free law did not reduce the likelihood of visiting bars. Women and nonsmokers were more likely to rate smoke-free campus policy as very important. ..
  73. Chaudhry K, Chávez P, Gasowski J, Grodzicki T, Messerli F. Hypertension in the elderly: some practical considerations. Cleve Clin J Med. 2012;79:694-704 pubmed publisher
    ..We present common case scenarios encountered while managing elderly patients with hypertension, including secondary hypertension, adverse effects of drugs, labile hypertension, orthostatic hypotension, and dementia. ..
  74. Steffener J, Habeck C, O Shea D, Razlighi Q, Bherer L, Stern Y. Differences between chronological and brain age are related to education and self-reported physical activity. Neurobiol Aging. 2016;40:138-144 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that higher levels of education and daily FOSC are related to larger brain volume than predicted by CA which supports the utility of regional gray matter volume as a biomarker of healthy brain aging. ..
  75. Pahor M, Guralnik J, Ambrosius W, Blair S, Bonds D, Church T, et al. Effect of structured physical activity on prevention of major mobility disability in older adults: the LIFE study randomized clinical trial. JAMA. 2014;311:2387-96 pubmed publisher
    ..6 years among older adults at risk for disability. These findings suggest mobility benefit from such a program in vulnerable older adults. clinicaltrials.gov Identifier: NCT01072500. ..
  76. Patel S, Malhotra A, Gottlieb D, White D, Hu F. Correlates of long sleep duration. Sleep. 2006;29:881-9 pubmed
    ..Future causal research on the effects of long sleep should include a detailed assessment of psychiatric disease and socioeconomic status. ..
  77. Jiang L, Chen S, Zhang B, Beals J, Mitchell C, Manson S, et al. Longitudinal Patterns of Stages of Change for Exercise and Lifestyle Intervention Outcomes: An Application of Latent Class Analysis with Distal Outcomes. Prev Sci. 2016;17:398-409 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest the potential importance of motivating participants to modify their readiness for behavioral change in future lifestyle interventions. ..
  78. Valanis B, Bowen D, Bassford T, Whitlock E, Charney P, Carter R. Sexual orientation and health: comparisons in the women's health initiative sample. Arch Fam Med. 2000;9:843-53 pubmed
  79. Peter I, Papandonatos G, Belalcazar L, Yang Y, Erar B, Jakicic J, et al. Genetic modifiers of cardiorespiratory fitness response to lifestyle intervention. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2014;46:302-11 pubmed publisher
    ..RUNX1 and FKBP7, involved in erythropoesis and muscle protein synthesis, respectively, are related to change in cardiorespiratory fitness in response to exercise. ..
  80. Dotson V, Hsu F, Langaee T, McDonough C, King A, Cohen R, et al. Genetic Moderators of the Impact of Physical Activity on Depressive Symptoms. J Frailty Aging. 2016;5:6-14 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that a targeted approach to recommending PA therapy for treatment of depression is viable. ..
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