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Week 2 References

References for overview of weight regulation, overweight and obesity
Here is the list of references referred to in this week’s content. Please feel free to bookmark any for future reference.
  1. Organization World Health. 2019. http:www.who.int/topics/obesity/en.
  2. Welfare Australian Institute of Health and. 2017. A picture of overweight and obesity in Australia 2017. Cat. no.PHE 216. Canberra: AIHW
  3. Padwal R. S. et al. 2011. Using the Edmonton obesity staging system to predict mortality in a population-representative cohort of people with overweight and obesity. Cmaj. 183: E1059-1066
  4. Sharma A. M. and R. F. Kushner. 2009. A proposed clinical staging system for obesity. Int J Obes (Lond). 33: 289-295
  5. Leibel R. L. et al. 1995. Changes in energy expenditure resulting from altered body weight. N Engl J Med. 332: 621-628
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  7. Proietto J. 2011. Why is treating obesity so difficult? Justification for the role of bariatric surgery. Med J Aust. 195: 144-146
  8. Purcell K. et al. 2014. The effect of rate of weight loss on long-term weight management: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol. 2: 954-962
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  10. Sharma A. M. and R. Padwal. 2010. Obesity is a sign – over-eating is a symptom: an aetiological framework for the assessment and management of obesity. Obes Rev. 11: 362-370
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