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Background: Poor dental health has been associated with increased risks of oral, esophageal, and gastric cancer and may also be associated with pancreatic cancer. In addition, Helicobacter pylori has been found in dental plaque and has been associated with periodontal disease and pancreatic...
Background: Knowledge of the antioxidant profile and its relation to lipid peroxidation in tuberculosis patients with or without accompanying HIV infection is scarce, particularly in developing countries. Objective: The objective was to further investigate the interaction between HIV,...
Background: Data on the blood glucose response of diabetic patients to mixed meals containing food both rich in fiber and with a low glycemic index, such as dried peas, is scarce. Thus, the extent to which type 2 diabetic patients should take into account low-glycemic, high-fiber foods for their...
Background: Total body potassium (TBK) is an index of fat-free mass. Data describing changes in TBK in African American, Asian, or Hispanic populations have not been reported. Objective: The aim was to investigate possible sex and racial differences in TBK in adults over an age range of 70 y....
Background: Data on the association of n-3 fatty acid content in serum lipids with mortality in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) are limited. Objective: We hypothesized that a high proportion of n-3 fatty acids in serum lipids would be associated with reduced risks of death and...
Background: In Africa, lactational amenorrhea is the major reason for birth spacing. Objective: We studied whether the early introduction of complementary food to infants is associated with an increased risk of menstruation resumption in rural African women. Design: Senegalese women ( n = 855)...
Background: Vegetarians have a lower intake of vitamin B-12 than do omnivores. Early and reliable diagnosis of vitamin B-12 deficiency is very important. Objective: The objective was to investigate vitamin B-12 status in vegetarians and nonvegetarians. Design: The study cohort included 66...
Background: The secular increase in height is assumed to result from long-term improvements in nutritional intakes and reductions in infectious disease burdens. Nutritional supplementation in early life reduces stunting in chronically undernourished populations. It is unknown whether these...
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