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Obesity UK is the leading national charity dedicated to supporting people living with obesity.
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Michelle Vicari 17h
Lord Robathan's comments show a lack of understanding of the causes of obesity and his ignorance is adding to the harmful stigma and bias people with obesity face. Educate yourself, Sir. Resources:
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kenclare Jun 3
A big round of applause to all who help in anyway
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Obesity UK Jun 3
🌟🌟💗🌟🌟💗🌟🌟💗🌟🌟 It’s Volunteers Week-we would like to acknowledge & thank all those that volunteer for us. We recognise the amazing work they do to enable the smooth running of our groups & ensure all our members are supported. THANK YOU to you all.
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Obesity UK Jun 2
Happy Anniversary to you both. 💗
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Obesity UK Jun 2
Let’s have our voices heard 🗣! Please complete the survey below. 👇🏻👇🏻Obesity UK Director tells us the importance of having the voice of people living with obesity heard.
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Jun 1
'There is NO one diet to rule them all, simple as that!'
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BOMSS Jun 1
is the most clinically effective and cost effective treatment for . The risk of complications is small and the risk of death is very low. BUT it is NOT a quick fix.
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Obesity UK Jun 1
We have shared again in our support groups. 🌟🌟One of our Obesity UK aims: To ensure people with obesity have a voice.
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Jun 1
We're thrilled to now be collaborating with the & Healthy Weight Team to inform how the pandemic has impacted on services at a national level. Please complete the survey to help inform current & future practice.
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Stuart Flint May 26
There’s still time to participate in our study to explore awareness, attitudes & actions of people identified as at ‘high risk’ of severe illness from COVID-19. If you identify in one or more of the groups below, please click on the link to participate
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Partha S Kar May 24
Twitter has been on 🔥 😡 today And if you live with struggling with everything, worried re the predictions of lockdown collapsing etc? Remember to do your own bit & try to convince friends & family Some tips from to hopefully help too 💙
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Uni Of Sun Comms May 21
Weight-loss surgery call from bariatric specialists Research Institute, to help save lives against
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Abd Tahrani May 21
Our correspondence with published in the today "COVID-19 and obesity—lack of clarity, guidance, and implications for care"
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Mary O'Kane May 21
How can GPs better talk about weight with people with obesity? Invite to people with
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Obesity APPG May 20
has impacted access to wt management & services, which has implications for ppl. w/obesity. are delighted to share 2 surveys to help quantify this Survey for services Survey for ppl. w/obesity
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Obesity Health Alliance May 18
Obesity is never far from the headlines and now more than so ever. from blogs for us on the importance of ensuring weight is discussed in supportive way & the consequences of stigmatising language on those living with obesity.
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Obesity UK May 18
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Abd Tahrani May 16
A survey for weight management and bariatric services. We are doing this with who is the lead. If you are part of one of a weight management or bariatric service, please do participate.
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Sarah Le Brocq May 15
For anyone interested in watching my full interview on from this morning see below. Sky News Interview 15/05/2020
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Sarah Le Brocq May 15
Such a shame that Sky decided that a section of my interview on today needed the addition of dehumanising and stigmatising images of people living with obesity. This just highlights the lack of understanding around weight stigma and it’s damage!
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