Day: March 9, 2018

In girls especially.

‘Further research is needed to know how gender may change the partnership between sleep, stress, rate of metabolism and consuming behaviors,’ Redline said. The cross-sectional analysis didn’t allow for an examination of causality. However, Redline says that physiologic research have identified many pathways where sleep loss might promote weight gain. Reductions in sleep length may alter metabolic rate and affect the production of leptin and ghrelin, two hormones that regulate hunger. Sleep restriction might provide increased opportunities to eat also, initiate tension responses that promote reward-searching for behaviors such as eating and decrease the physical and motivational travel to exercise. A CDC study released last January in JAMA reports that the rate of obesity in U.S. Read More

Deadly disease resulting in thickening and scarring of the lungs.

Acute viral infection will not appear to cause exacerbation of IPF Acute viral infection does not seem to be a primary cause of severe exacerbation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis , a progressive, deadly disease resulting in thickening and scarring of the lungs, relating to a scholarly research conducted by experts from the U.S ., Korea and Japan. Previous research had suggested viral an infection might cause exacerbation of IPF in most sufferers who have the problem, which occurs most often in people between 50 and 70 years of age. The results were published online ahead of the printing edition of the American Thoracic Society’s American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Read More

Given in honor of exceptional achievements and contributions in gastroenterology.

Kolars, MD, AGAF, a tenured professor and senior associate dean for education and global initiatives at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, for his work on a nationwide and an international level in advancing global partnerships to market education and research. Dr. Kolars provides been an instrumental person in the AGA International Committee, attempting to advance support for new fellowship initiatives in under-resourced areas of the world. AGA awards the second honor in this category to Nicholas J. Talley, MD, PhD, AGAF, a neurogastroenterologist who provides been a dynamic educator, researcher, administrator and clinician for more than three decades. Read More