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Socioeconomic inequalities in the prevalence of biomarkers of cardio-metabolic disease in South Korea: Comparison of the Health Examinees Study to a nationally representative survey

administration: Jongho Heo. Supervision: Juhwan Oh, S. V. Subramanian. Writing ± original draft: Sujin Kim. Writing ± review & editing: Juhwan Oh, Jongho Heo, Hwa-Young Lee, Jong-Koo Lee, Daehee Kang. 11 / 13

Medical expenditure and unmet need of the pre-elderly and the elderly according to job status in Korea: Are the elderly indeed most vulnerable?

those who are unemployed. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Hwa-Young Lee, Juhwan Oh. Formal analysis: Hwa-Young Lee. Methodology: Hwa-Young Lee, Naoki Kondo, Juhwan Oh. Supervision: Juhwan Oh ... . Writing ± original draft: Hwa-Young Lee. Writing ± review & editing: Naoki Kondo, Juhwan Oh. 11 / 12 1. Administration SS. Social Security Bulletin: Annual Statistical Supplement: US Government Printing

Protective effect of Curcuma longa L. extract on CCl4-induced acute hepatic stress

Background The Curcuma longa L. (CLL) rhizome has long been used to treat patients with hepatic dysfunction. CLL is a member of the ginger family of spices that are widely used in China, India, and Japan, and is a common spice, coloring, flavoring, and traditional medicine. This study was performed to evaluate the hepatoprotective activity of CLL extract and its active component...

Marital status, widowhood duration, gender and health outcomes: a cross-sectional study among older adults in India

Background Previous research has demonstrated health benefits of marriage and the potential for worse outcomes during widowhood in some populations. However, few studies have assessed the relevance of widowhood and widowhood duration to a variety of health-related outcomes and chronic diseases among older adults in India, and even fewer have examined these relationships...

Effects of strobe light stimulation on postnatal developing rat retina

The nature and intensity of visual stimuli have changed in recent years because of television and other dynamic light sources. Although light stimuli accompanied by contrast and strength changes are thought to have an influence on visual system development, little information is available on the effects of dynamic light stimuli such as a strobe light on visual system development...

Eucommia ulmoides Cortex, Geniposide and Aucubin Regulate Lipotoxicity through the Inhibition of Lysosomal BAX

In this study we examined the inhibition of hepatic dyslipidemia by Eucommia ulmoides extract (EUE). Using a screening assay for BAX inhibition we determined that EUE regulates BAX-induced cell death. Among various cell death stimuli tested EUE regulated palmitate-induced cell death, which involves lysosomal BAX translocation. EUE rescued palmitate-induced inhibition of lysosomal...

Eucommia ulmoides Oliver Extract, Aucubin, and Geniposide Enhance Lysosomal Activity to Regulate ER Stress and Hepatic Lipid Accumulation

Eucommia ulmoides Oliver is a natural product widely used as a dietary supplement and medicinal plant. Here, we examined the potential regulatory effects of Eucommia ulmoides Oliver extracts (EUE) on hepatic dyslipidemia and its related mechanisms by in vitro and in vivo studies. EUE and its two active constituents, aucubin and geniposide, inhibited palmitate-induced endoplasmic...

Gene expression profile of the skin in the 'hairpoor' (HrHp) mice by microarray analysis

Background The transcriptional cofactor, Hairless (HR), acts as one of the key regulators of hair follicle cycling; the loss of function mutations is the cause of the expression of the hairless phenotype in humans and mice. Recently, we reported a new Hr mutant mouse called 'Hairpoor' (HrHp). These mutants harbor a gain of the function mutation, T403A, in the Hr gene. This...