Introduction Obesity is a major health issue in much of the human population [ 1 ]. Increasingly it has become a serious medical problem in developing nations due to urbanization and a more plentiful food supply [ 2 ]. Food intake is a complex
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Disordered eating behaviours and cognitions in young women with obesity: relationship with psychological status. Int. J. Obes., 2006, Nov. 28, [Epub ahead of print
In 2014, over 600 million adults worldwide, 18 years and older, were obese. Obesity is a potent risk factor for the development of kidney disease. It increases the risk of developing major risk factors for chronic
Obesity is one of the major health problems in the United States ( Ogden, Yanovsky, Carroll, & Flegal, 2007 ), being recognized as the leading second cause of death in North America ( Stein & Colditz, 2004 ). The
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In a manner similar to monetary reward, studies have suggested that individuals with obesity assign a higher value to the receipt of immediate food reward, even when