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29/04/19 - Research
European Congress on Obesity 2019
Obesity is linked with an increased risk of developing anxiety and depression in children and adolescents, independent of traditional risk factors such as parental psychiatric illness and...
29/04/19 - Research
European Congress on Obesity 2019
The disconnect between perceptions of health care providers (HCPs) and people with obesity (PwO) is revealed in an international study (the ACTION-IO study) presented at this year's European Congress...
29/04/19 - Research
European Congress on Obesity 2019
Women who have undergone bariatric surgery appear to be at higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy, and their babies seem more likely to be born prematurely, small for gestational...
29/04/19 - Community
Mal Fobi’s Corner
Vertical resection of the stomach to reduce the gastric reservoir in the biliopancreatic diversion operation (BPD) was introduced by Hess in order to decrease the incidence of marginal ulcers in that...
29/04/19 - Research
European Congress on Obesity 2019
New research presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Glasgow, Scotland, has revealed that a quarter of patients have never had their BMI recorded by their GP. The study was...
13/12/19 - Community
The International Bariatric Club
The year was 2008 and it was another Wednesday evening monthly ‘Journal Club’ presented by the bariatric surgery fellows of the Cleveland Clinic Ohio. As I listened attentively to the excellent...
12/12/19 - Research
Food impulsivity
Impulsivity or responding without thinking about the consequences of an action, has been linked to excessive food intake, binge eating, weight gain and obesity, along with several psychiatric...
12/12/19 - Research
Stem cells and diabetes
Stem cells could help turn the tide against diabetes, but more research is needed to better control their differentiation and insulin-producing properties, according to investigators from A*STAR's...

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