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How Much Exercise Do You Need to See Health Benefits?

Center for Women's Health Research Center Director, Founding Member, Senior Researcher and Scientific Council member​ Judy Regensteiner, PhD is quoted in this Consumer Report article on how much exercise is needed to see health benefits.

Consumer Report
"How Much Exercise Do You Need to See Health Benefits​" by Janet Lee
January 30, 2018

1/30/2018
Considering Sex as a Biological Variable will be Valuable for Neuroscience Research

The recently implemented NIH policy requiring that grant applicants consider sex as a biological variable in the design of basic and preclinical animal research studies has prompted considerable discussion within the neuroscience community. This article presents reasons to be optomistic that this new policy will be valuable for neuroscience and suggests some ways for neuroscientists to think about incorportaing sex as a variable in their research.   

12/7/2016
Report On Women and Diabetes

​10 Relevant Health Topics for Women Living With Diabetes. Read the full report here​

8/2/2016
Sex Differences in the Cardiovascular Consequences of Diabetes Mellitus

Sex Differences in the Cardiovascular Consequences of Diabetes Mellitus​: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association​. Contributions by CWHR researchers Drs. Amy Huebschmann, Jane EB Reusch and Judith RegensteinerRead the full statement

12/22/2015
​University of Colorado School of Medicine Among Ten Institutions to Receive Grants to Retain Clinical Scientists
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced that the University of Colorado School of Medicine is one of 10 recipients of a $540,000 award, The Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists (DDCF award announcement). The purpose of the Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists is to build upon a growing momentum in the medical research field toward supporting young physician scientists through phases of intense, extraprofessional career obstacles and difficult life transitions. The Center for Women's Health Research Director, Judy Regensteiner, PhD and Anne Libby, PhD will serve as Principal Investigators of this grant, which has been generously matched to total $1 million over 5 years.​​​
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12/4/2015
CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. Kristen Nadeau
Adolescent girls with type 2 diabetes who became pregnant while participating in the TODAY study experienced a high rate of pregnancy loss and complications... Read the full article
12/4/2015
Reducing body temperature can save neurological functions

Therapeutic hypothermia is effective on patients with `nonshockable’ cardiac arrests. Survivors of cardiac arrest who remain in comas have better survival and neurological outcomes when their body temperatures are lowered, according to new research by Dr. Sarah Perman at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Read the full article

11/24/2015
NPR: Fetal Cells May Protect Mom From Disease Long After The Baby's Born

This is a story about two people sharing one body. Maybe even three people. Or four. Back in the late 19th century, a German scientist named Georg Schmorl made a remarkable discovery: Cells from a baby can hide out in a mother's body, after birth... ​Read the full article

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10/27/2015
CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. David Kao
Characterization of subgroups of heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction with possible implications for prognosis and treatment response... Read the full article​​
8/6/2015
TIME Magazine: CWHR Researcher Publication: Dr. Kristin Boyle
Kids of obese moms are more likely to be obese, and the latest research suggests that influence may begin in the womb... Read the full article
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6/9/2015
CDC National Diabetes Statistics Report

​CDC National Diabetes Statistics Report: 29.1 million children and adults in the U.S. (9.3% of the population) with diabetes – 8.1 million are undiagnosed.

The CDC has released its new National Diabetes Statistics Report​ this morning.  The new numbers show there are now 29.1 million children and adults in the U.S. (9.3% of the population) with diabetes – 8.1 million are undiagnosed. An additional 37% of the U.S. adult population has prediabetes – that’s 86 million adults.

6/4/2014
Physical Inactivity is the Top Factor for Heart Disease in Women

​Physical Inactivity is the Top Factor for Heart Disease in Women - British Journal of Sports Medicine

Physical inactivity is the top factor for heart disease in women.pdfPhysical inactivity is the top factor for heart disease in women.pdf

5/8/2014
Ted Talk - Paula Johnson5/5/2014
Chronicle of Philanthropy

Scientific Leaps Require Donors to Give Bigger.

"Money, we can all agree, matters.  It doesn't buy happiness, but it certainly buys a ton of scientific research of vital importance to human health.  Without that, the pursuit of happiness wouldn't even be possible."  

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4/10/2014
Low-carb, high-fat diet may not be best for gestational diabetes

Low-carb, high-fat diet may not be best for gestational diabetes

Internal Medicine News - CWHR Researcher Teri Hernandez, RN, PhD: 

http://www.internalmedicinenews.com/news/conference-news/ada-annual-scientific-sessions/single-article/low-carb-high-fat-diet-may-not-be-best-for-gestational-diabetes/b4346b85c9a9dbd123179ad1131a00c4.html

4/7/2014
Colorado research center works to get more women working in science

Judy Regensteiner, Director of the Center for Women's Health Research, was interviewed by by Heather Mills at KDVR about getting and keeping women in science:

http://kdvr.com/2014/02/19/colorado-research-center-works-to-get-more-women-working-in-science/

2/20/2014
 KDVR Inteview Feautring Judy Regensteiner, Director of the Center for Women's Health Research

Judy Regensteiner, Director of the Center for Women's Health Research, was interviewed by Heather Mills at KDVR about getting and keeping women in science. See the segment here: ​​

http://kdvr.com/2014/02/19/colorado-research-center-works-to-get-more-women-working-in-science/

2/19/2014
Sex Matters: Drugs Can Affect Sexes Differently

​​Sex Matters: Drugs Can Affect Sexes Differently

Lesley Stahl reports on CBS 60 Minutes:

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/sex-matters-drugs-can-affect-sexes-differently/

2/9/2014
Weight Lifting Linked with Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women1/17/2014
Dr. Colleen Julian has three articles in press

Dr. Colleen Julian, CWHR Researcher:

Julian CG, Subudhi AW, Hill RC, Wilson MJ, Dimmen AC, Hansen KC, and RC Roach. Exploratory proteomic analysis of acute mountain sickness and hypobaric hypoxia in humans [2013, JAP; in press]
 
Julian CG, Yang IV, Browne VA, Vargas E, Rodriguez C, Pedersen BS, Moore LG, and DA Schwartz. Inhibition of peroxisome proliferator receptor gamma (PPARγ): a potential link between chronic maternal hypoxia and impaired fetal growth. [2013, FASEB; in press]
 
Subudhi AW, Fan J, Evero O, Bourdillon N, Kayser B, Julian CG, Lovering AT, Panerai RB, and RC Roach. AltitudeOmics: Effect of ascent, acclimatization, and re-exposure to 5,260m on cerebral autoregulation. [2013, Exp Physiol; in press]
12/4/2013
Opinion: Despite good intentions, women not achieving good health10/30/2013
Five questions for Judith Regensteiner

​Five questions for Judith Regensteiner:  CU alumna investigates women's health - and helps others do the same.

http://connections.cu.edu/news/five-questions-for-judith-regensteiner/

9/13/2013
Racial Differences and Characteristics of Peripartum Cardio Myopathy

​Racial Differences and Characteristics of Peripartum Cardio Myopathy

American College of Cardiology CardioSource VideoNews

http://www.cardiosource.org/News-Media/CardioSource-Video-News.aspx?vidid=EgRXEnd2wEKGaTfWLYv2dQ

9/13/2013
Outstanding Research Mentor Award for 2013

Dr. Judy Regensteiner has been chosen by the CU Clinical Science Graduate Program to receive the Outstanding Research Mentor Award for 2013.  This award is based on student nominations that describe the attributes of the person and details examples that make this individual an outstanding mentor

8/9/2013
Gender Summit - North America

​Dr. Judy Regensteiner was invited to give a presentation at the Gender Summit – North America, an international research and innovation conference that will be held on November 13-15 2013 in Washington D.C.  Her presentation will focus on her published paper, Best Practices and Pearls in Interdisciplinary Mentoring.

The Summit is being co-convened by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC - CRSNG), the National Council on Science and Technology of Mexico (CONACYT), US National Institutes of Health (NIH), The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), and the UK based NGO, Portia Ltd.
8/9/2013
TODAY Study Sounds Alarm Bell for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes

​TODAY Study Sounds Alarm Bell for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes

TODAY Study Sounds Alarm Bell for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes.pdfTODAY Study Sounds Alarm Bell for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes.pdf

5/23/2013
Diabetes Caucus Briefing, “Diabetes 101: Disease and Policy Basics.”

Dr. Judy Regensteiner was introduced Tuesday morning by Rep. Diana DeGette at the Rayburn House Office Building.  Dr. Regensteiner was one of three panelists invited to speak at the Diabetes Caucus Briefing, “Diabetes 101: Disease and Policy Basics.”

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5/7/2013
Exercise Related Research 2013

​Exercise Related Research 2013, by Leah Herlache

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4/23/2013
Laura Brown, MD Fetal Programming

​Womb May Hold Secrets to Curbing Obesity, Diabetes

Laura Brown, MD featured in Health Policy Solutions

4/3/2013
Successful fundraising effort leads to CWHR Endowed Chair1/31/2013
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