Hickner, Robert C.

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THE EFFECTS OF A 16 WEEK PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAM ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN LEAN AND OBESE PREPUBESCENT CHILDREN AGES 8-11. 2011 278626 The current obesity epidemic has become a major health crisis to citizens around the United States. Obesity has been successfully linked to a plethora of different disease states including cardiovascular disease diabetes and stroke. Although many peo...
NADPH Oxidase as a Mechanistic Link Between Erectile Dysfunction Peripheral and Coronary Endothelial Dysfunction in Obesity 2012 278626 Cardiovascular complications involving both microvascular and macrovascular tissues are the major cause of morbidity and mortality in obese patients. Clinical and epidemiological studies suggest that erectile dysfunction and peripheral endothelial dy...
The Region Specific Influence of Estradiol on In-Vivo Lipolysis in Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue in Overweight-to-Moderately-Obese Premenopausal Women 2012 278626 Premenopausal women demonstrate preferential accumulation of adiposity in the gynoid region a distribution which shifts towards the abdominal region after the menopausal transition. Although estrogen is implicated as a major player in determining bod...
REGULATION OF LIPOLYSIS BY [BETA]-ADRENERGIC ACTIVATION AND EXERCISE IN OBESE AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND CAUCASIAN WOMEN 2012 278626 African-American women (AAW) are twice as likely to be obese as Caucasian women (CW); however previous in-vitro studies have shown that AAW have higher densities of beta-adrenergic receptors (B-AR) in the subcutaneous (SC) adipose tissue and an incre...
Regulation of Lipolysis By Perilipin : influence of Obesity and Exercise Training 2011 278626 Obesity is the result of excess energy storage due to an imbalance between energy storage and energy utilization. Excess energy is stored as triacylglycerol (TAG) in adipose tissue in various regions throughout the body. In order to reduce excess fat...