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A popular term for the common clinical association of type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity, a subgroup of which has been termed syndrome X

diabesity

A popular term for the common clinical association of type 2 DM–
adult-onset DM and obesity, a subgroup of which has been termed 'syndrome X', see there.
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Metabolic Surgery and Diabesity: a Systematic Review.
Published ahead of Arab Health 2019, which takes place from 28 - 31 January at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the latest research from Colliers International provides in-depth analysis of the key factors impacting the "Diabesity" epidemic - which refers to a twin occurrence of the epidemics of Type 2 diabetes and obesity -with a focus on the Mena region and its future outlook.
Commenting on the result of the study, Ross Williams, Exhibition Director of Arab Health, said: "With health professionals and researchers considering "Diabesity" as potentially the greatest epidemic in human history, the advancement of communication technology, telehealth and application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now playing a critical role in management of chronic illnesses such as diabesity and obesity.
Published ahead of Arab Health 2019, which takes place from 28 -- 31 January at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the latest research from Colliers International provides in-depth analysis of the key factors impacting the "Diabesity" epidemic - which refers to a twin occurrence of the epidemics of Type 2 diabetes and obesity - with a focus on the MENA region and its future outlook.
Diabesity (diabetes associated with obesity) is a major global and local public health concern, which has almost reached an epidemic order of magnitude in countries of the Arabian Gulf and worldwide.
(65.) Preuss HG: Bean amylase inhibitor and other carbohydrate absorption blockers: effects on diabesity and general health.
Skeletal muscle nitric oxide (NO) synthases and NO-signaling in "diabesity" what about the relevance of exercise training interventions?
Such a minimally invasive device may then carry the potential to address some of the broader needs of the global diabesity population.
Schurmann, "The genetic basis of obesity-associated type 2 diabetes (diabesity) in polygenic mouse models," Mammalian Genome, vol.
Sima, "C-peptide and retinal microangiopathy in diabetes," Experimental Diabesity Research, vol.
Excess sugar in the blood will trigger the release of excess insulin, which converts and stores the sugar in the form of unwanted fat and damaging cholesterol particles." It Is leading to the "world's next great epidemic," a combination of diabetes and obesity he calls "diabesity."
This decrease in diabesity is likely due to down-regulation of the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma (den Besten, 2015).