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Importance of identifying & recruiting Asian American subgoups in All of Us

Most data from U.S. registries, EHR, death cert., & cohort studies do not differentiate among Asian American subgroups (6 largest: Chinese, S. Asian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean & Japanese). Limited data to date suggests evidence of subgroup heterogeneity, including differences in prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors and diseases, which would be masked if subgroups are aggregated. AoU deserves kudos for collecting... more »

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Why do Asian-Americans accumulate excess visceral adipose tissue (VAT), and what interventions are effective in non-obese

Asian-Americans accumulate excess visceral adipose tissue (VAT) despite the absence of general obesity. Chinese, Filipino and South Asians in the US have more VAT compared to African-Americans. The determinants of excess VAT accumulation in normal weight adults are unclear, and effective interventions to reduce excess VAT accumulation in normal weight Asian-Americans are urgently needed to reduce adverse metabolic health... more »

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Why is gestational diabetes (GDM) risk highest among select Asian-Americans despite the absence of preconceptional obesity?

Gestational diabetes prevalence is higher among Asian Indians, Filipinos, Southeast Asians, and Chinese compared to White, Black, and Hispanic parturients despite the absence of preconceptional obesity. Dissecting the etiology of elevated GDM risk in these Asian-American subgroups, and evaluating effective interventions (other than weight management) to prevent GDM and reduce future risk of type 2 diabetes are urgently... more »

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