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26/09/18 - Research
Fourth IFSO Global Registry Report
The Fourth IFSO Global Registry Report (2018) has been released at the XXIII World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders (IFSO) in Dubai, UAE....
25/09/18 - Research
Female Bariatric Surgeon in the Middle East
Dr Adriana Rotundo comes from a small town by the sea in the south of Italy, Catanzaro, where she completed her medical school in 2002. She then moved to Rome for her core surgical training. Dr...
26/09/18 - Research
Treating Hiatal hernias
Obesity is a known independent risk factor for the development of Hiatal hernia (HH) and symptomatic HH occurs in about 15-20% of patients who are candidates to bariatric and metabolic surgery, with...
24/09/18 - Research
Gut fast-acting synapses
Scientists believe that a surprising array of conditions, from appetite disorders and obesity to arthritis and depression, may begin in the gut. However, it has not been clear how messages in this so...
24/09/18 - Research
Urge to eat
A new study exploring the mystery of why when you are full, some people continue eating, has found that two tiny clusters of cells battle for control of feeding behaviour - and the one that drives...
19/10/18 - Research
US Latino men and obesity
Moving to the US could be taking a toll on the health of Latino men as a new study from Florida State University reported Latino men who are born or live in the US for more than five years are more...
18/10/18 - Research
3D imaging tracks Leptin
Many overweight people lack the feeling of being full and it was believed that this was due to the disrupted transport of the satiety hormone leptin to the brain. However, a group of scientists from...
17/10/18 - Research
Online obesity
Young children who spent more than half an hour a day online were almost twice as likely to pester their parents for junk food, according to a report published by researchers from the University of...

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