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ASOI
The Association for the Study of Obesity on the island of Ireland is the official association representing Ireland in the EASO and WOF.
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Marita Hennessy Feb 16
Great webinar last night featuring latest in sleep research, measurement & intervention studies incl study, INSIGHT study ( et al) & Healthy Habits, Happy Homes...Ping
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Its Not Your Fault Feb 15
Follow up after bariatric surgery is very important and it can be made simple and safe. Also a big congratulations to the authors for publishing in such a prestigious journal
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Marita Hennessy Feb 15
Looking forward to this webinar on as an -related health behavior in early ...starts shortly!
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Duane Mellor Feb 14
HOT OFF THE PRESS look what’s in accepted online in sorry to those whose Twitter handle I don’t know
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Cathy Breen RD Feb 15
Super to see the summary published - It's been such a great experience to be involved & to work alongside some slaying legends 😊🤓promoting
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Mélanie Béland Feb 14
Free Webinar on youth obesity "Rethinking Obesity in Children and Adolescents". For those who might be interested.
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RTÉ Brainstorm Feb 12
How to use video gameplay to get kids moving: & on video game techniques helping to improve kids' health & fitness
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getirelandactive.ie Feb 14
The Love Life Love Walking event is a great opportunity to take time out of your busy schedule for a walk. It doesn’t matter if its 10 or 20 minutes, 2 or 22 colleagues, walk around your workplace building/campus/Sli na Slainte
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Department of Health Feb 14
Replying to @roinnslainte
Professor Donal O'Shea, National Clinical Lead for Obesity, on why the 'Voluntary Code of Practice' is an important first step towards combating Obesity and developing a
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Department of Health Feb 14
Minister of State for Health Promotion, Catherine Byrne TD, launches new 'Voluntary Codes of Practice' for the and of food and non-alcoholic drinks.
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Irish Heart Feb 14
At the launch today of a voluntary code of practice by . We are calling for stronger regulation to stop junk brands marketing to children and tackle child obesity
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Irish Heart Feb 14
Listen back Chris Macey on "Todays new voluntary code for junk brands lets down the 85,000 children who will die prematurely due to obesity. We know voluntary codes don't work. We need stronger measures to protect kids from junk marketing"
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Irish Heart Feb 14
Code agreed in response to obesity ‘doomed to failure’, says Irish Heart Foundation … via … via
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Cathy Breen RD Feb 13
Anyone 18-25yr with T1DM interested in joining a Young Adult Panel in Dublin? Have your say as part of a study on how T1DM services are best delivered for your needs 🤓Join 27.02.18 6-8pm
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ASOI Feb 12
European Day is 20 May 2018. Follow to learn more
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Marita Hennessy Feb 12
Predicts Poorer Psychological Well-Being Through Internalized & Maladaptive Coping Responses Ping
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John Cawley Feb 2
Thanks to the untiring efforts of Emma Frew of the IHEA Special Interest Group on the "Economics of Obesity" now has its own webpage!
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Eileen O'Brien RD Feb 2
The ROLO study travels to Texas! Delighted to present my research on long term effect of , and in at ✈️🍞🥦🤰🏼
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O'Shea & Hogan Lab Feb 2
Delighted to talk at Leaders 2018 for first time as HSE Lead.
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Marita Hennessy Feb 1
Brilliant blog ! Thanks for joining the advocacy movement for 🙌😁. Lovely to hear more about Ping
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