Types of Bias in Treating Obesity


One of the problems with treating obesity is getting some medical professionals on board with compassion for the pain of obese patients and their challenges.

Ambivalence and Nutrition Education


The primary care physician might steer parents toward good nutrition advice. As for the rest, let the obesity consultant do the heavy lifting.

Functional Medicine and Obesity


Trauma and epidemics are different from chronic illness because nothing is more subjective than chronic illness, and every case is rife with individual factors.

Professionals and Nutritional Awareness


As highly-regarded authority figures doctors are often expected to lead by example, and nutrition education in med school cannot be underestimated.

Different Strokes for Different Folks


The concept of one-size-fits-all solutions to obesity no longer applies. Just like with individual reactions to foods, many approaches work.

Awareness Month — a Good Time for Change


In honor of the Childhood Obesity Month, Childhood Obesity News has been looking at long-term effects of bad parenting decisions.

A Few Pointers for Parents


In honor of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, here are some suggestions for parents who want to avoid or reverse obesity in the home.

Childhood Obesity Awareness Month Is In Session


September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Let’s look at the childhood obesity prevention suggestions found at HealthFinder.gov.

Are Obese Kids Miserable? Yes.


It is easy to see why kids don’t want to talk about their experience of being overweight or obese, because, really, who does?

The U.K., Sugar Tax, and the World


Who benefits from a sugar tax? If soda companies have to pay more tax for using sugar, they just might switch over to high fructose corn syrup instead.

Childhood Obesity News | OVERWEIGHT: What Kids Say | Dr. Robert A. Pretlow
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