ObesityWeek Press Releases

A Functioning Circadian Clock May Help Maximize Weight Loss Following Bariatric Surgery – November 4, 2016

Insurance Coverage of Obesity, Lack of Formal Diagnosis Emerge as Key Barriers to Getting Professional Weight Loss Help – November 3, 2016

Eating Dinner Early, Or Skipping It, May Be Effective in Fighting Body Fat – November 3, 2016

Childhood Obesity Increases Only During Summer Breaks – November 2, 2016

Can We Harness Our Genes to Burn More Calories? – November 1, 2016

Largest International Scientific Conference on Obesity and Weight Loss Attracts Top Researchers, Policymakers, Practitioners to New Orleans – Oct. 24, 2016

Major Obesity Scientific & Medical Conference in New Orleans, LA, Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 – Aug. 16, 2016

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