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Current Research in Diabetes & Obesity journal (CRDOJ)

crdoj@juniperpublishers.org

Juniper Publishers

Current Research in Diabetes & Obesity journal (CRDOJ)

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Current Research in Diabetes & Obesity Journal is an international peer reviewed Open Access journal of Juniper Publishers. CRDOJ is committed to increase knowledge, encouraging research and promoting better treatment for people suffering with Diabetes and Obesity. Diabetes is a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, usually occurring in genetically predisposed individuals, characterized by inadequate production or utilization of insulin and resulting in excessive amounts of glucose in the blood and urine. Obesity is an abnormal accumulation of body fat, usually 20% or more over an individual's ideal body weight. Obesity is associated with increased risk of illness, disability, and death. CRDOJ publishes Research papers, reviews, Mini reviews, short communication, Case reports on topics related to Diabetes & Obesity and provides free and unlimited access of all articles for the betterment of the world.

Contact us at: crdoj@juniperpublishers.org

crdoj@juniperpublishers.us

Latest Articles

Mini Review
Nampt: Intracellular and Extracellular Influence on Diabetes and Obesity
Kevin G Culligan*
Mini Review
Zymosan A, an Old Tool in Experimental Pharmacology with Newer Applications
Ravinder Naik Dharavath, Vibhu Kumar and Kanwaljit Chopra*
Research Article
Grocery Store Tours are an Effective Way to Provide Nutrition Education to Low Income Minority Populations
Ruth Williams Hooker, Christina Ralston* and Rasha Abounassif
Review Article
Relationship Between Cognitive Function, Vascular Age and Stress
Kazue Sawami*, Himeyo Nakagawa and Tetsuro Kitamura
Research Article
Clinical Factors Associated with Weight Gain in French-Canadian Children and Adolescents Treated With Second Generation Antipsychotics: A 24-Month Retrospective Study
Drigissa Ilies, Anne Sophie Huet, Geneviève Roy, Emmanuel Stip and Leila Ben Amor*
Research Article
Prospective Observational Longitudinal Study Evaluating Erectile Dysfunction in 50 Type 2 Diabetic Patients with BMI Below 35 Kg/m2 Submitted to Ileal Interposition Associated to Sleeve Gastrectomy
Ricardo Alexandre Fernandes Ferro*, Áureo Ludovico de Paula, Sérgio Vencio, Rafael Caiado Vencio, Marco Antônio Gonçalves Rodrigues and Marco Túlio Costa Diniz
Short Communication
Naturceuticals: A New Hope for Treatment of Diabetic Complications
Farid A Badria*
Short Communication
Unraveling the Mystery of Perinatal Deaths in Diabetic Pregnancy
Pikee Saxena* and Jyoti Gaur

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