ABO Group Types Linked To Overweight And Obesity
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Hiwa is a research scientist at the University of Sulaimani, Department of Surgery.

                       

ABO Group Types Linked To Overweight And Obesity

There is great genetic diversity within all human populations, and a simple example is the ABO group system. Many studies have supported a number of associations between ABO blood type and certain diseases, including pancreatic cancer, venous thromboembolism, and myocardial infarction in the presence of coronary atherosclerosis, sexual maturity, breast cancer, cancer, infections, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, peptic ulcers, intelligence, socioeconomic class, personality, suicide, BMI, and obesity. Meanwhile, new research accepted to be published in the journal Obesity Medicine...

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Who Will Ask More For Abdominoplasty After Excess Weight Loss?

The increasing incidence of morbid obesity suggests that the quantity of bariatric surgical procedures will continue to increase each year, as many patients who have experienced massive weight loss are left with functional and esthetic consequences as a result of residual, loose skin. However, new research published in the International Journal of Surgery, July 2018, suggests that redundant skin with body contour irregularities and disfiguring appearance, which is the aftermath of fast loss of significant amount of fat in concomitant with suboptimal...

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Lifestyle Choices Lead To Obesity: Lifestyles To Maintain An Optimal Weight 

Gains in body weight over a number of years could be achieved through cumulative positive energy balances, as a set of habitual behaviors adopted by personal choice as a lifestyle. However, new research published in the International Journal of Surgery, April 2018, suggests that excessive habitual usage of a cell phone and early drinking (within 30 min) of water or other liquids after meals may be potential factors on the road to becoming overweight and obese. In addition, those using cell phones...

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Pattern Of Your Weight Loss Might Help You Anticipate The Pattern Of Changes In Your Quality Of Life

It’s well-known that weight loss affects the patient's quality of life in a variety of ways, including decreasing the risk of morbidity and mortality. However, new research published in the Journal of Annals of Medicine and Surgery, January 2018, suggests that a significant change in a parallel pattern to the extent that excess weight loss was noticed in the quality of life of morbidly obese patients after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. A research team looked at the patterns of weight loss...

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