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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 8, Supplement 1, March 2007

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Executive Summary: FORESIGHT ‘Tackling Obesities: Future Choices’ project
pp. vi-ix(4)
Authors: Jebb, S. A.; Kopelman, P.; Butland, B.

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Foreword
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Challenges in obesity epidemiology
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Canoy, D.; Buchan, I.

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Health risks associated with overweight and obesity
pp. 13-17(5)
Author: Kopelman, P.

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Obesity and health inequalities
pp. 19-22(4)
Authors: Law, C.; Power, C.; Graham, H.; Merrick, D.

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Surveillance and monitoring
pp. 23-29(7)
Authors: Wilkinson, J. R.; Walrond, S.; Ells, L. J.; Summerbell, C. D.

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Obesity: a medical history
pp. 31-36(6)
Author: Haslam, D.

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Genetic factors in human obesity
pp. 37-40(4)
Authors: Farooqi, I. S.; O’Rahilly, S.

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Adipocyte biology
pp. 41-44(4)
Author: Trayhurn, P.

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Obesity and early life
pp. 45-49(5)
Author: Barker, D. J. P.

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Breastfeeding, early growth and later obesity
pp. 51-54(4)
Authors: Singhal, A.; Lanigan, J.

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Animal models of obesity
pp. 55-61(7)
Authors: Speakman, J.; Hambly, C.; Mitchell, S.; Król, E.

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Hormonal regulation of appetite
pp. 63-65(3)
Author: Bloom, S.

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Eating behaviour and obesity
pp. 73-75(3)
Author: Wardle, J.

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Nutrigenomic approaches for obesity research
pp. 77-81(5)
Authors: Elliott, R. M.; Johnson, I. T.

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Understanding food structuring and breakdown: engineering approaches to obesity
pp. 83-88(6)
Authors: Norton, I.; Moore, S.; Fryer, P.

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Dietary determinants of obesity
pp. 93-97(5)
Author: Jebb, S. A.

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Food access and obesity
pp. 99-107(9)
Author: White, M.

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Physical activity and obesity prevention
pp. 109-114(6)
Author: Wareham, N.

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Physical activity and obesity
pp. 115-121(7)
Authors: Fox, K. R.; Hillsdon, M.

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Social psychological factors in tackling obesity
pp. 123-125(3)
Authors: Maio, G. R.; Haddock, G. G.; Jarman, H. L.

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Prevention of obesity: a review of interventions
pp. 127-130(4)
Authors: Brown, T.; Kelly, S.; Summerbell, C.

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Treatment strategies for obesity
pp. 137-144(8)
Author: Wilding, J. P. H.

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Obesity and eating disorders
pp. 151-155(5)
Author: Hill, A. J.

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Economic costs of obesity and the case for government intervention
pp. 161-164(4)
Authors: McCormick, B.; Stone, I.

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Obesity: a disorder of convenience
pp. 183-187(5)
Author: Ulijaszek, S. J.

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The meaning, effectiveness and future of social marketing
pp. 189-193(5)
Authors: Stead, M.; Hastings, G.; McDermott, L.

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The media and obesity
pp. 201-205(5)
Author: Boyce, T.

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Obesity interventions and ethics
pp. 207-210(4)
Author: Holm, S.

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