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Dr. Gary Liguori

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Associate Professor

Phone: (701) ***-****  HQ Phone
North Dakota State University
P.O. Box 5677 State University Station
Fargo, North Dakota 58105
United States

Company Description: With a reputation for excellence in teaching and multidisciplinary research, North Dakota State University, Fargo, links academics to opportunities. As a...   more
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  • PhD
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The main concern with this continuing ...
health.abc4.com, 20 Sept 2012 [cached]
The main concern with this continuing rise is that it forecasts a similar increase in the rate of type 2 diabetes, according to researcher Dr. Gary Liguori, an assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
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For individuals, the findings underscore the importance of a healthy lifestyle-which includes maintaining a normal weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise, Liguori said in an interview.
From a public-health standpoint, he said, the results point to a continuing need to rein in childhood obesity rates. He noted that the increase in metabolic syndrome among younger adults may, at least in part, reflect the rise in childhood obesity that began in the 1980s.
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For the current study, Liguori and his colleague Dr. Arupendra Mozumdar examined data from two waves of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (often referred to as "NHANES"), an ongoing series of government studies that includes interviews and physical exams of nationally representative samples of U.S. adults.
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Because obese young adults often were overweight as children or teens, these findings emphasize the importance of preventing childhood obesity in the first place, Liguori said.
Gary Liguori, an expert in ...
www.ctnow.com, 28 Jan 2013 [cached]
Gary Liguori, an expert in exercise science with the American College of Sports Medicine, called Downsize Fitness a unique behavioral approach for getting people active because they don't have to worry about being self-conscious.
He said historically overweight people have not been successful with exercise and it's not unusual for them to feel intimidated at gyms.
Reuters News Story Midwest Heart Specialists
www.midwestheart.com, 15 Oct 2010 [cached]
The main concern with this continuing rise is that it forecasts a similar increase in the rate of type 2 diabetes, according to researcher Dr. Gary Liguori, an assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
...
For individuals, the findings underscore the importance of a healthy lifestyle -- which includes maintaining a normal weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise, Liguori said in an interview.
From a public-health standpoint, he said, the results point to a continuing need to rein in childhood obesity rates. He noted that the increase in metabolic syndrome among younger adults may, at least in part, reflect the rise in childhood obesity that began in the 1980s.
...
For the current study, Liguori and his colleague Dr. Arupendra Mozumdar examined data from two waves of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (often referred to as "NHANES"), an ongoing series of government studies that includes interviews and physical exams of nationally representative samples of U.S. adults.
...
Because obese young adults often were overweight as children or teens, these findings emphasize the importance of preventing childhood obesity in the first place, Liguori said.
The main concern with this continuing ...
www.dhnc.com.au [cached]
The main concern with this continuing rise is that it forecasts a similar increase in the rate of type 2 diabetes, according to researcher Dr. Gary Liguori, an assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
...
For individuals, the findings underscore the importance of a healthy lifestyle -- which includes maintaining a normal weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise, Liguori said in an interview. From a public-health standpoint, he said, the results point to a continuing need to rein in childhood obesity rates. He noted that the increase in metabolic syndrome among younger adults may, at least in part, reflect the rise in childhood obesity that began in the 1980s.
Metabolic syndrome continues to climb in the U.S. | Dr. Pressman
www.drpressman.com, 18 Oct 2010 [cached]
The main concern with this continuing rise is that it forecasts a similar increase in the rate of type 2 diabetes, according to researcher Dr. Gary Liguori, an assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
...
For individuals, the findings underscore the importance of a healthy lifestyle - which includes maintaining a normal weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise, Liguori said in an interview.
From a public-health standpoint, he said, the results point to a continuing need to rein in childhood obesity rates. He noted that the increase in metabolic syndrome among younger adults may, at least in part, reflect the rise in childhood obesity that began in the 1980s.
...
For the current study, Liguori and his colleague Dr. Arupendra Mozumdar examined data from two waves of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (often referred to as "NHANES"), an ongoing series of government studies that includes interviews and physical exams of nationally representative samples of U.S. adults.
...
Because obese young adults often were overweight as children or teens, these findings emphasize the importance of preventing childhood obesity in the first place, Liguori said.
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