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Prof. Partha Kar Oct 11
Today is A few tips while tweeting: 💥 1. All obesity cannot be “cured” by “eat less/eat less carbs”. That’s called science 💥 2. Don’t fat shame. That’s called idiocy 💥 3. While relating obesity to “diabetes”, specify the type. That’s called fact. Thanks
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Oct 11
Absolute nonsense! This sentence is highly stigmatising & wildly inaccurate! I’ve said it once & I’ll say it again, a person’s weight has nothing to do with their ability to do their job!
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Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana Oct 10
Obesity is a complex disease involving an excessive amount of body fat that increases the risk of getting other diseases. This world obesity day, we aim at educating people that physical activity can help you lose weight and lead a happier and healthier life.
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Gasol Foundation Oct 11
Today is World Obesity Day🌎. The goal of is to increase awareness, encourage advocacy, and support practical solutions to reverse the global obesity crisis. Join us 🤝and together, let’s continue to fight against the obesity epidemic🎯
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Amit Paranjape Oct 11
No more sugar: Singapore puts a ban on advertisements for sugary drinks to curb diabetes Singapore's health ministry announced the ban on ads of fizzy drinks and juices.
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Institute of Health Research Pere Virgili (IIPSV) Nov 12
Today is the ! “Day-to-day “ towards a holistic approach to fight obesity. To combat harmful consequences such as cardiovascular diseases developed a sustainable approach in the context of an energy-reduced Mediterranean Diet. 🥦🍎🐟🌰
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Violeta Popov, MD PHD Apr 10
⁩ on how to change the narrative on obesity: raise awareness, stand up for your patients and stop the stigma. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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Caroline 📚🤓 Oct 11
today is and i would like to kindly say to the world to fuck off. because i have the right to love myself no matter what i look like. being fat doesn't make me sick or less worthy of love.
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Pau Gasol Oct 11
My brother and I launched the to find solutions to this global crisis impacting over 150 million kids worldwide. Join us! 💪🏽 🌎
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Dr Rangan Chatterjee Oct 11
👍🏾Control the environment you can control 🙏🏾 Praise healthy food 🍬 Recognise the effect of sugar 🥗 Try and get two of your five a day at breakfast ✋🏾 Lead by example
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Azrul Mohd Khalib Oct 10
To be able to help, we must first accept that we have a problem. There is too much of a denial of the reality that almost 50% of the Malaysian adult population is overweight or obese. 20% of school kids are overweight or obese
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my_UEG Oct 11
There are currently more children overweight in Europe than in any other continent. Watch our video on childhood obesity to see how these rates could be reduced
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives Oct 12
What is the cost of ? OECD countries will spend a total of USD 311 billion per year on treating obesity-related problems. Compare your country’s per capita spending ⤵️
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Its Not Your Fault Oct 11
Speaking on World Obesity Day, Prof le Roux said “We have the cost-effective tools and the know-how to do this, all we need is a change of policy from the HSE coming into line with other healthcare systems across Europe.” via
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Mel Oct 11
Posted no selfies this week as I felt I looked grossly unattractive. Thank you for reminding me of where I started and how fucking hard I worked to get to where I am now. This will never be me again. It’s about health not looks. Thanks for the reminder! Needed it
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NICHE Oct 9
Thanks again to everyone who completed the walk with big smiles... despite the heavy rain! Rain can't dampen our spirits! ☔️😂 You've still got 10 hours to get the steps up!!!! ⏰⏰⏰⏰
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Global Obesity Centre Oct 10
This lets remember that the conditions in which we are born, grow, work and age - the Social Determinants of Health - strongly shape the food we eat and how we move
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Michelle Vicari Oct 11
We, the Community of the Coalition (OAC), are fighting for a better world for people with obesity.
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World Kidney Day Oct 14
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Katy Cooper Oct 11
Happy to have been involved in a gentle sort of way with this Comment - it's a good, concise piece on why weight stigma matters (and why health professionals need to recognise it and act on it), and great to see it in print on .
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