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Yearbook of Paediatric Endocrinology 2019

ey0016.12-6 | Metabolic Syndrome | ESPEYB16

12.6. Early life adversity with height stunting is associated with cardiometabolic risk in adolescents independent of Body Mass Index

BM Reid , MM Harbin , JL Arend , AS Kelly , DR Dengel , MR Gunnar

To read the full abstract: J Pediatr 2018;202:143–149.Summary: In a case control study of 30 post-institutionalized youths compared with 90 age- and BMI percentile-matched youths living in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area, early life stress, as reflected by height-stunted growth in institutional care, was associated with cardiovascular and metabolic risk in yout...

ey0016.12-7 | Metabolic Syndrome | ESPEYB16

12.7. Prospective associations between socioeconomically disadvantaged groups and metabolic syndrome risk in European children. Results from the IDEFICS study

I Iguacel , N Michels , W Ahrens , K Bammann , G Eiben , JM Fernandez-Alvira , S Marild , D Molnar , L Reisch , P Russo , M Tornaritis , T Veidebaum , M Wolters , LA Moreno , C Bornhorst , IDEFICS consortium Bornhorst

To read the full abstract: Int J Cardiol 2018;272:333–340.Summary: In a multi-center prospective cohort study of 2401 European children, early life exposure to socioeconomic disadvantages, particularly living in low-educated families, having a non-traditional family structure, parental unemployment and the accumulation of >3 disadvantages were associated with higher ris...

ey0016.12-8 | Metabolic Syndrome | ESPEYB16

12.8. Carbotoxicity-noxious effects of carbohydrates

G Kroemer , C Lopez-Otin , F Madeo , R de Cabo

Cell 2018;175:605–614.DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2018.07.044. Epidemiological, clinical intervention trials and experimental evidence indicate the negative impact of excessive carbohydrate uptake. This review details the history of carbohydrate consumption and mechanisms of ca...

ey0016.12-9 | Metabolic Syndrome | ESPEYB16

12.9. Dietary carbohydrate intake and mortality: a prospective cohort study and meta-analysis

SB Seidelmann , B Claggett , S Cheng , M Henglin , A Shah , LM Steffen , AR Folsom , EB Rimm , WC Willett , SD Solomon

Lancet Public Health 2018;3:e419–e428.DOI 10.1016/S2468-2667(18)30135-XURL: The long-term effects on health outcomes of dietary carbohydrate intake was investigated in a large prospective cohort of 15,428 US adults aged 45–64 years with 25 years foll...

ey0016.12-10 | Metabolic Syndrome | ESPEYB16

12.10. Exogenous testosterone does not induce or exacerbate the metabolic features associated with PCOS among transgender men

KJ Chan , JJ Liang , D Jolly , JD Weinand , JD Safer

To read the full abstract: Endocr Pract 2018;24:565-572.Summary: According to this retrospective chart review of 34 transgender men, testosterone therapy in this population, across a wide range of doses and over many years, did not result in the profile of dyslipidemia and dysglycemia that is observed in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Instead, treatment of transgend...