Data from Pharmawand - Curated by EPG Health - Date added 23 April 2019

The 26th European Congress on Obesity (ESO) will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 28 April to 1 May, 2019. 

Symposia details from leading sponsors include from Herbalife Nutrition ‘Improving eating habits & recommendations for health and wellness in the 21st century’ where panelists will discuss how rising levels of obesity, together with an ageing population and heightened consumer interest in health and wellness, have resulted in an urgent need for revised recommendations on nutrition and public health. Others include: Total Diet Replacement Programmes for Weight Loss: from Research to Practice, Socioeconomic Differences in Overweight: Examing Environmental and Psychological Mechanisms.

Numerous integrative sessions will include: Gender Differences in Obesity, Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour, Immunometabolism, Bariatric Surgery.

Further details on the 26th European Congress on Obesity can be found here.

See our recent Focus on Obesity discussion:

See part 1 here: The effects of obesity and the links to diabetes and cardiovascular disease – now and in the future.
See part 2 here: New hopes for treatment in the global obesity epidemic.
See part 3 here: Next generation obesity therapies.
See part 4 here: Obesity, Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease: Finding the magic bullet.


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