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Combined effects of fruit and vegetables intake and physical activity on the risk of metabolic syndrome among Chinese adults

MetS. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Qi-qiang He. Data curation: Xin-tong Li, Wei Liao. Formal analysis: Xin-tong Li, Wei Liao, Hong-jie Yu, Ming-wei Liu, Shuai Yuan, Bo-wen Tang ... . Methodology: Xin-tong Li, Wei Liao, Hong-jie Yu, Ming-wei Liu, Shuai Yuan, Bo-wen Tang, Xu-hao Yang, Yong Song, Samuel D. Towne, Jr. Project administration: Zong-fu Mao, Qi-qiang He. Resources: Shi-le Cheng

The Sex Ratio at Birth for 5,338,853 Deliveries in China from 2012 to 2015: A Facility-Based Study

Objective The accuracy of a population-based sex ratio at birth (SRB) in China has long been questioned. To depict a more accurate profile, the present study used data from a national surveillance system for health facility births to explore the characteristics of SRB in China. Methods Data from China’s National Maternal Near Miss Surveillance System between 2012 and 2015 were...

Diagnostic Accuracy of NT-ProBNP for Heart Failure with Sepsis in Patients Younger than 18 Years

This clinical study investigated plasma NT-proBNP levels as a potential predictor of heart failure in pediatric patients with sepsis. Plasma NT-ProBNP levels of 211 pediatric patients with sepsis and 126 healthy children were measured. Patients were stratified as with heart failure (HF) or without heart failure (non-HF). Patients were graded as having sepsis, severe sepsis, or...

Meta-Analysis of Associations of IL1 Receptor Antagonist and Estrogen Receptor Gene Polymorphisms with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Susceptibility

/materials/analysis tools: X. Xue ZGW Shao-wen Tang Jie Wang. Wrote the paper: LC JWZ Shai-di Tang. 1. Tsokos GC ( 2011 ) Systemic lupus erythematosus . N Engl J Med 365 : 2110 - 2121 . 2. D'Cruz DP

Tregs Promote the Differentiation of Th17 Cells in Silica-Induced Lung Fibrosis in Mice

Background Silicosis is an occupational lung disease caused by inhalation of silica dust and characterized by lung inflammation and fibrosis. Previous study showed that Tregs regulate the process of silicosis by modulating the maintenance of immune homeostasis in the lung. Th17 cells share reciprocal developmental pathway with Tregs and play a pivotal role in the...