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Management of Obesity, Part I: Overview and Basic Mechanisms, An Issue of Gastroenterology Clinics of North America

Management of Obesity, Part I: Overview and Basic Mechanisms, An Issue of Gastroenterology Clinics of North America

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In this issue of Gastroenterology Clinics, guest editor Dr. Lee M. Kaplan brings his considerable expertise to the topic of Management of Obesity, Part I:  Overview and Basic Mechanisms. Most of the world's population live in countries where being overweight and obese is more life-threatening than being underweight. This preventable disease leaves patients with a cascade of health problems, resulting in serious stress and impact on global economies and healthcare systems. This issue, the first of two, addresses basic mechanisms and contributors of obesity, along with health care disparities and access..
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What is Obesity?: Definition as a Disease, with Implications for Care

Global Impact of Obesity

The Physiological Regulation of Body Fat Mass

Appetite, Energy Expenditure, and the Regulation of Energy Balance

Genetic Contributors to Obesity

Developmental Contributions to Obesity: Nutritional Exposures in the First Thousand Days

Obesity, Chronic Stress, and Stress Reduction

Health Complications of Obesity: 224 Obesity-Associated Comorbidities from a Mechanistic Perspective

The Effects of Obesity on Health Care Delivery

Obesity and Viral Infections

The Effect of Obesity on Gastrointestinal Disease

Weight Stigma and Barriers to Effective Obesity Care

Disparities in Access and Quality of Obesity Care

Obesity Management in Children and Adolescents

Dietary Supplements for Weight Loss

Developing Effective Strategies for Obesity Prevention

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    May 19, 2023

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