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Giles Yeo Jul 13
Here in Utrecht giving the final plenary lecture on ‘The Brain control of food intake’ Thanks to for the honour and opportunity
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Medscape Endo Jul 15
The children of mothers with a BMI> 40 were 2x as likely to develop leukemia before the age of 5.
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Mary O'Kane Jul 11
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Daniel J Drucker Jul 14
Effects of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation With Oral Capsules in Humans Safety, marked changes in but No
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Ahmad Bashir Jul 16
Q5 Sharma et al published the study in Canada 5 days ago: - A huge gap between PwO and HCPs - is not a priority during visits - Patients are blamed for lack of motivation
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José Graziano da Silva 17h
The total number of obese people surpassed the total number of hungry people in the world. What can we do?
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Ted Kyle Jul 15
is the most common approach for dealing with , but new research from and says that is a common issue.
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EASO Jul 15
Early has a major impact on diet related over the life course. There is growing concern about the poor nutritional composition of baby food. shares data - 40% of male children overweight or with early in some countries
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NatureRevGastroHep Jul 13
NEW online! Nonalcoholic disease () has become the most common form of chronic liver disease in children and adolescents. This REVIEW discusses the latest knowledge of epidemiology, pathogenesis & management
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❤WEALTH & WELLNESS❤ Jul 12
Less than 5% overall of are the result of genetic factors. And more like 65% to 75% are the result of lifestyle factors, including , , , and .
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Abd Tahrani Jul 12
25% calorie restriction over 2y, 7.5Kgs weight loss and sig improvements in CVD risk factors in people with BMI 22-27. This adds further to the argument against the "MHO" phenotype
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NatureRevGastroHep 20h
The most important risk factors for in children are insulin resistance and central , find out more
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Department of Health and Social Care Jul 16
New funding has been announced for research tackling some of the biggest health issues, including , , and 👉
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Chetan D Parmar Jul 14
Raise awareness of e-cigarette in our population and among bariatric professionals. Pleased to share link to our article
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Anuja Dokras 20h
The impact of on is getting a lot of attention in the media. In general, the chance of getting pregnant decreases with weight gain while some risks in pregnancy increase with weight gain.
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Dr. Pamela Peeke Jul 17
Anti-starvation trick that saved our ancestors may underlie epidemic -
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Weight Loss Delhi Jul 18
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Zaher Toumi MD 17h
Very much looking forward to our July chat about polycystic ovary syndrome and Led by 24th July 8pm UK time (7pm GMT, 3pm ET)
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Caroline Braet Jul 17
Together 95 years experience in treating children with
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NatureRevEndocrinol Jul 17
New Review: From conception to infancy — early risk factors for childhood (£)
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