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After one week, the three NAS mouse groups exhibited glucose intolerance while the control groups that consumed plain water, water with glucose, or water with sucrose displayed similar glucose tolerance curves (P<0.
The researchers posited that greater rates of glucose intolerance in warmer countries may support the "notion that the ambient temperature affects the occurrence of glucose intolerance worldwide.
To study the prevalence of glucose intolerance and diabetes mellitus in multi-transfused children with Thalassemia Major.
The study consisted of two groups: 27 volunteers with glucose intolerance and 28 volunteers with normal glucose tolerance.
Keywords: Gestational diabetes mellitus, Insulin resistance, Glucose intolerance, Birth weight, Public Health.
Glucose intolerance -- generally thought to occur when the body cannot cope with large amounts of sugar in the diet -- is the first step on the path to metabolic syndrome and adult-onset diabetes.
In Bahrain and other Arab countries, glucose intolerance is associated with raised plasma cholesterol, postmenopausal status and low education.
1] Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is defined as any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy [1].
Women in the reproductive age in the UAE are found to have high incidences of glucose intolerance, diabetes, obesity and vitamin D deficiency, all of which are associated with decreased fertility and high risk pregnancies and deliveries.
Researchers also found that long-term feeding of a HF diet to mice caused obesity and glucose intolerance with increased fat volume, fat size and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma (PPAR[gamma]) protein.
8] Patients with PCOS are at increased of glucose intolerance and frank type 2 Diabetes Mellitus early in life.