alexa Link between Insulin Resistance and Hypertension: What Have We Learned from Our Ancestors?

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Link between Insulin Resistance and Hypertension: What Have We Learned from Our Ancestors?

Insulin resistance is typically defined as decreased sensitivity and/or responsiveness to the metabolic actions of insulin that promote glucose disposal. Obesity, physical inactivity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and aging, which are independent risk factors for cardiovascular disease, contribute to the complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors required for impaired insulin signaling

Citation: Ming-Sheng Z, Schulman IH (2011) Link between Insulin Resistance and Hypertension: What Have We Learned from Our Ancestors? Autacoids 1:e102.

 
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