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Supplementation strategy and its impact on hematological status in the control of anemia of pregnancy in Senegal
Anemia of pregnancy remains highly prevalent in Senegal despite the national iron/folic acid (IFA) supplementation program, which consists of providing prescriptions to purchase IFA to women during prenatal visits. The ...
The Relationship of Low Birth Weight and Current Obesity to Diabetes in African-American Women
Aims: (1) To test the fetal origins of chronic disease by examining birth weight, current obesity, and odds of developing type 2 diabetes (T2DM) in African-American women 38-57 years. (2) To assess birth weight and obesity ...
From China to the US: nutrition, diet and acculturation of Chinese employed in high-tech industries - Results from a web-based survey
Background: Due to the fast development of economies in China and the great needs of professionals in the US, the population of highly educated young Chinese professionals working in high-tech industries has grown very ...
THE INFLUENCE OF ZINC STATUS ON AKT SIGNALING PATHWAY IN HUMAN NORMAL PROSTATE EPITHELIAL CELLS AND HUMAN MALIGNANT PROSTATE CELLS
Akt is known for promoting tumorigenesis through cellular proliferation. Supra-physiologic levels of zinc has been shown to stimulate the phosphorylation of Akt (p-Akt), which is frequently detectable in prostate tumors. ...