Obesity Research Updates

For Medical Professionals

A stronger feeling of satiety and an actual reduction in food intake was associated with a higher orosensory exposure and a slower eating rate.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) reviewed evidence for screening asymptomatic children and adolescents for both familial hypercholesterolemia and multifactorial dyslipidemia.
Johns Hopkins researchers assessed weight loss programs to provide greater transparency for doctors and patients looking for information to assess the best option for care.
Even as experts continue to wrestle with the optimal methods of weight loss, whether surgical or nonsurgical, they're also focusing on the best ways to maintain the weight loss.
Borrowing a technique from addiction specialists, obesity specialists find motivational interviewing helps weight loss patients.
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