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., Michaud, P.C. & Van Soest, A. (2007): Obesity and health in Europeans aged 50 years and older. Public Health , 121 , 497–509. Soest A. Obesity and health in Europeans aged

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Authors: Gábor Simonyi and Réka Kollár

Halmy, L., Simonyi, G., Csatai, T., et al.: Hungarian Policeman Study on the prevalence of obesity. Int. J. Obes. Relat. Metab. Disord., 2003, 27 (Suppl. 1) , 132. (abstract) http

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Authors: Edit Czeglédi, Róbert Urbán and Adrien Rigó

. Osiris Kiadó, Budapest Björntorp , P. (1997) Obesity. The Lancet, 350 (9075), 423–426. Boros J. (2005) OLEF 2003 - Országos Lakossági Egészségfelmérés. Kutatási

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Wang, Y., Lobstein, T.: Worldwide trends in childhood overweight and obesity. Int. J. Pediatr. Obes., 2006, 1 , 11–25. Lobstein T

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Darby, A., Hay, P., Mond, J., Rodgers, B., Owen, C.: Disordered eating behaviours and cognitions in young women with obesity: relationship with psychological status. Int. J. Obes., 2006, Nov. 28, [Epub ahead of print

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Authors: V. Teplan, O. Schück, M. Stollova and S. Vitko

Gore JL, Pham PT, Danovitch M et al.: Obesity and outcome following renal transplantation. Am. J. Transplant. 6, 357–363 (2006) Danovitch M

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Authors: CP Kovesdy, S Furth, C Zoccali and World Kidney Day Steering Committee

Introduction 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

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Authors: Krisztina Hagymási and Zsolt Tulassay

Chung, W. K., Leibel, R. L.: Molecular physiology of syndromic obesities in humans. TRENDS Endocrinol.; Metabolism, 2005, 16 , 267–272. Leibel R. L

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Introduction 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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Bays, H. D.: Adiposopthy is a more rational treatment target for metabolic disease than obesity alone. Current Atheroscler. Reports, 2006, 8 , 144–156. Bays H. D. Adiposopthy

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