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Retrospective self-reported weight changes during childhood and adolescence are not good predictors of metabolic syndrome risk factors in Mexican young adults  [PDF]
Flávia C. D. Andrade, Michelle Jiménez, Marcela Raffaelli, Margarita Teran-García, Celia Aradillas-García
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2013.38064
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The purpose of the study was to examine whether retrospective self-reported weight changes during childhood and adolescence were associated with metabolic syndrome (MetS) risk factors in Mexican young adults. Mexican college applicants to the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Mexico, 18 to 25 years old (n = 4187) who had applied for the 2009 academic year were included in the study. Participants underwent a health screening—anthropometrics and blood drawn—and completed a questionnaire. Five major weight change categories were defined based on self-reported weight during childhood and adolescence: consistently normal, consistently underweight, consistently overweight/ obese, weight gain, and weight loss. Most participants self-reported being normal weight during childhood (58.7%) and adolescence (58.3%). Only a small proportion reported being overweight or obese during childhood (10.1%) or adolescence (15.9%). Weight change patterns during childhood and adolescence were marked by overall stability: 40.1% of participants were consistently normal, 15.6% underweight and 3.6% overweight/obese. Among those whose weight changed, 25.0% gained weight and 15.7% lost weight. In regression analyses, weight change categories based on self-reported weight statuses during childhood and adolescence were not associated with current metabolic syndrome risk factors after controlling for measured current BMI. Studies addressing the association between weight gains in early life with metabolic syndrome outcomes in early adulthood should not rely on recalled weight status during early life alone.

Consumption of Dairy and Metabolic Syndrome Risk in a Convenient Sample of Mexican College Applicants  [PDF]
Michelle A. Mosley, Flavia C. D. Andrade, Celia Aradillas-Garcia, Margarita Teran-Garcia
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2013.41009
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The rise in metabolic syndrome (MetS) is accompanied by a decrease in milk and dairy consumption and an increase in sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption, with SSB possibly displacing dairy products in the diet. Our main objective was to determine whether young individuals not meeting the dairy recommendations of 3 servings per day were at greater risk for MetS. In a cross-sectional design, a food frequency questionnaire was answered by Mexican college applicants (n = 339). Medical examination at a primary health care center and evaluation for presence of MetS risk factors was completed as part of an ongoing collaborative project. Relative risk analyses were used to assess the impact of meeting or not the dairy recommendations for the presence of MetS. The MetS prevalence was 10. Three-fourths (76%) of participants were not meeting the daily recommendations. Individuals who failed to meet dairy recommendations were at 2.9 times greater risk for MetS when controlling for age, sex, family history of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, and physical activity. We did not found that SSB were displacing dairy products in the diet. Still, our data support the importance of meeting daily dairy recommendations for the prevention of MetS in young adults.

Bologna Process Stocktaking Report 2009
Margarita García Sanchis
@tic : Revista d'Innovació Educativa , 2009, DOI: 10.7203/attic.2.108
Abstract: This is a revision of the Bologna Process Stocktaking Report 2009, document appointed to the Ministerial Conference in Leuven / Lovain-la-Neuve (28-29 April 2009). This report reflects the analysis of the progress that has been made towards achieving the goals that were set by the Ministers at the London Conference (2007), and shows the state of the art of the Bologna Process and the development of the EAHE.
Pedro de Toledo (1546-1627), V Marqués de Villafranca, coleccionista de tapices
García Calvo, Margarita
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2010,
Abstract: This article, based on heretofore-unpublished documents, presents and studies the tapestry collection of Pedro de Toledo, V Marquis of Villafranca. This documentation situates him among the greatest collectors of his time, while permitting the current identification of tapestries that once belonged to him. El presente artículo da a conocer y estudia, en base a documentación inédita, la colección de tapices que tuvo Pedro de Toledo, V marqués de Villafranca. Esta documentación que aquí se aporta le sitúa entre los grandes coleccionistas de su época, al tiempo que permite identificar en la actualidad tapicerías que fueron de su propiedad.
Correspondencia entre Fernando de Aragón (1644-1713), 8.o duque de Montalto, y su agente en Bruselas sobre la realización de la tapicería de la “Historia de la casa de los Moncada”
García Calvo, Margarita
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2011,
Abstract: The unpublished documents presented here provide valuable and unusual information on the progress of weaving and the relationship between the person who commissioned the work and the artisans involved in executing the tapestries of the “Story of the Moncada”. La documentación inédita que aquí se aporta proporciona una valiosa e inusual información sobre los progresos de la tejeduría y de las relaciones entre el comitente y los artistas de la tapicería de la “Historia de los Moncada”.
Rese a de "Una mirada alternativa a las experiencias de vida en torno a los procesos de salud-enfermedad" de José Martínez Vilchis y Gabriel G. Huitrón Bravo
Alicia Margarita Tinoco García
Economía, sociedad y territorio , 2002,
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Rese a de: BURBANK, Jane y COOPER, Frederick, Empires in World History: power and the politics of difference, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2010.
Margarita RODRíGUEZ GARCíA
Relaciones Internacionales , 2011,
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Apuntes y reflexiones sobre la Conferencia Internacional sobre el Financiamiento para el Desarrollo, Monterrey, México 18-22 de marzo de 2002
Alicia Margarita Tinoco García
Espacios Públicos , 2005,
Abstract: El presente texto contiene apuntes y reflexiones acerca de los antecedentes, organización y realización de la Cumbre de Monterrey, México en marzo de 2002, considerando como ejes de atención a asistentes y actores fundamentales del mencionado evento de carácter internacional.
La epistemología matemática y los enfoques del aprendizaje en la movilidad del pensamiento instruccional del profesor
Moreno,Clemente; García T,Margarita;
Investigación y Postgrado , 2009,
Abstract: this article analyses the incidences of the mathematical epistemology and the psychological approaches of learning in the mobility and permanent improvement of the instructional thought of the math teacher. the documental research was contrasted with the reflections from the pedagogical experiences of the authors in order to optimize and upgrade the didactical performances that look fossilized before the present conceptions involved in the teaching and learning of mathematics. finally, there are implications that can be considered in the curricular designs of the educational institutions that are involved in the formation of professionals in this area.
Estrategia curricular de comunicación para la carrera de enfermería. Universidad de ciencias médicas de La Habana 2009-10
Aguirre Raya,Dalila; García Fuentes,Margarita;
Revista Habanera de Ciencias M??dicas , 2012,
Abstract: introduction: nowadays the medical educational tendencies claim from the universities a full participation of the students in their own formation guided by a correct orientation of teachers in order to guarantee an effective and lasting learning for their future professional life and at the same time students can cooperate with their classmates learning. methodology: it is a pedagogical research mainly focused on quality. the researching tasks consisted on the revision of plans and programs of study for the nursing career to give answers to the curricular current needs as well as the elaboration, analysis, adjustment and acceptance of the curricular proposal and the design of the program according to the requirements of plan d. bibliographic revision, documentary analysis, group sessions and the criteria of experts were used to fulfil the purpose of this research. results: the design for the strategies of communication must be in correspondence with the declared functions in the plan of studies for the career. in the structure of this plan should be declared the foundations, objectives and methodological orientations for its implantation and the way each subject and the indicator of assessments contribute to the achievements of the plan. conclusions: for the development of the curricular strategies an interdisciplinary vision is required through out concrete actions that must be stepped along the course with the intervention of the curricular coordinating unit: teaching-learning process and participating subjects of this plan.
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