nonobese

nonobese

(ˌnɒnəʊˈbiːs)
adj
not obese
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If people with obesity have different taste perceptions than nonobese people, it could lead to better understanding of obesity and possibly designing new approaches to prevent obesity," explained Linnea A.
The findings show that Liletta is highly effective and safe over 6 years of use in both nulliparous and parous women, and in both nonobese and obese women, Dr.
Hussan and his colleagues sought to investigate the incidence of obesity-related GI cancers by age group as well as whether there was an association between obesity-related GI cancers in both obese and nonobese patients.
In all subgroups measured (male, female; adults aged 18-44 years, 45-64 years, and 65 years and older; white, nonwhite; obese, nonobese; smoker, nonsmoker; positive for PCOS, nonPCOS) adults with HS were significantly more likely to have acne.
Obesity, which increases influenza disease severity, also extends by about 1.5 days how long influenza A virus is shed from infected adults compared to nonobese adults, reveals a study from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
The study showed that during an asthmatic episode, the smooth muscle cells from obese patients contract more than smooth muscle cells in nonobese patients.
The average cost for obese children was $13,000/day, versus $10,000/day for nonobese children, probably because of the greater need for surgery.
The average cost for obese children was $13,000 / day, versus $10,000 / day for nonobese children, probably because of the greater need for surgery.
Of these, 158,758 (93.5%) were classified as nonobese, 8,312 (4.9%) as obese, and 2,737 (1.6%) as morbidly obese.
Browning, "A comparison of slow, uphill and fast, level walking on lower extremity biomechanics and tibiofemoral joint loading in obese and nonobese adults," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.
In view of the sizeable informational gap in the role of the FSTL1 protein in obesity, the main objectives of this study were to (1) analyze circulating FSTL1 protein levels in morbidly and super obese (OB) and nonobese (non-OB) individuals, (2) explore the 3; UTR of the FSTL1 gene using bioinformatic tools to locate genetic variants responsible for the gain or loss of specific miRNA binding sites, and (3) analyze the genotype frequencies of selected SNPs in the context of FSTL1 protein level, obesity status, and other anthropometric parameters in an OB and non-OB Central-European population.
Diabetes was more common in younger adults and in nonobese adults with HIV than in those groups in the general population.