Inflammatory potential of the diet and colorectal tumor risk in persons with Lynch syndrome.
- J. G. Brouwer, M. Makama, F. V. van Duijnhoven
- MedicineAmerican Journal of Clinical Nutrition
- 1 November 2017
A proinflammatory potential of the diet does not seem to be significantly associated with CRT risk in persons with LS, and sensitivity analyses by repeating the analyses in non-nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) users showed no changes.
Barriers and facilitators to a healthy lifestyle in postpartum women: A systematic review of qualitative and quantitative studies in postpartum women and healthcare providers
A systematic review aimed to describe the barriers and facilitators to a healthy lifestyle in the first 2 years postpartum from the perspectives of women and healthcare providers and suggest intervention components to include in lifestyle interventions for post partum women based on the identified themes.
Reducing Postpartum Weight Retention: A Review of the Implementation Challenges of Postpartum Lifestyle Interventions
This narrative review provides an overview of the factors that contribute to PPWR, the efficacy of existing postpartum lifestyle interventions and key determinants of effective implementation using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) across intervention characteristics, implementation process, individual characteristics and outer and inner setting and suggests strategies to improve the translation of evidence into large-scale interventions that deliver on health impact in post partum women.
Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Women with Previous Gestational Diabetes: Reviewing the Implementation Gaps for Health Behavior Change Programs.
- Siew S. Lim, Mingling Chen, M. Makama, S. O’Reilly
- MedicineSeminars in Reproductive Medicine
- 28 January 2021
The effects of existing diabetes prevention programs in women with a history of GDM are summarized and it is proposed that the programs need to be modified according to the facilitators and barriers faced by this population.
Assessing patterns of change in lifestyle behaviours by parity: a longitudinal cohort study.
Childbearing is associated with increased weight and energy intake, decreased physical activity, increased diet quality and decreased sitting time, according to the patterns of change in weight and lifestyle behaviours associated with having children.
536Patterns of change in lifestyle behaviours following childbirth
There is a worsening in weight and some lifestyle behaviours following childbirth in Australian women, and while higher parity was associated with further decreases in sitting time, improvements in diet quality were not maintained.
The Relationship of Diet and Physical Activity with Weight Gain and Weight Gain Prevention in Women of Reproductive Age
- M. Awoke, H. Skouteris, M. Makama, C. Harrison, T. Wycherley, L. Moran
- MedicineJournal of Clinical Medicine
- 1 June 2021
The need for further research to identify key dietary and physical activity components targeting the critical windows of reproductive life-stages in women to best guide interventions to prevent weight gain is highlighted.
Getting Back In Shape After Baby
- M. Makama
- Medicine, Education
- 18 August 2020
This research aims to co-design a lifestyle intervention for postpartum women to help overcome barriers leading to a healthy post partum lifestyle and thus reducing postpartums weight retention and consequently obesity.
Prevalence and Associated Factors of Internet Addiction among Clinical Medical Students of a Nigerian Private University
- Marcia M Ihekaike, Maryam Y. Shehu, M. Makama
- Medicine, PsychologyInternational Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal
- 23 December 2021
Internet addiction is an emerging disorder in this era of almost global access to internet facilities while hours spend on social media was significantly and positively associated with the development of internet addiction.
Ethnic Differences in Preferences for Lifestyle Intervention among Women after Childbirth: A Multi-Methods Study in Australia
Asian women had a higher desire for infant care and a lower desire for mental health in the intervention content compared with Oceanian women, and Asian women were more likely to favour interventions that are initiated in a later postpartum period, over a shorter duration, and with less intervention frequency.