Obesity is officially recognised as a major worldwide public health problem. qProgress in Obesity Research: 9q fulfils the need for an accessible and fundamental research, highly recommended towards a better understanding of obesity. It will prove an indispensable resource for all those involved in the research, prevention and treatment of obesity.addition this study found that reported asthma was inversely related to birth weight, concluding that impaired fetal growth and adult fatness ... In addition to symptoms or a diagnosis of asthma spirometry, skin testing for atopy and a methacholine airway challenge was ... The effect of intentional weight loss on asthma Several interventional studies have looked at the effect of weight loss surgery on asthma.
|Title||:||Progress in Obesity Research: 9|
|Author||:||Geraldo Medeiros-Neto, Alfredo Halpern, Claude Bouchard|
|Publisher||:||John Libbey Eurotext - 2003-01-01|