A quick note to let people know that the Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional Meeting will be hosted in Edmonton this June, and abstracts are now being accepted. I attended the last student
Archives for February 2012
Why the second serving of ice cream never tastes as good as the first. New research suggests that those individuals who frequently eat a given highly palatable food derive less satisfaction from the subsequent consumption
Heart attack. 5’9″ 300 lbs, 32 years old. How the hell does that happen? So begins the below video, which I came across on Facebook this weekend (email subscribers can view it by visiting the blog).
A quick post today to say congrats to my (former) labmate Stephanie Prince-Ware, who successfully defended her PhD thesis yesterday afternoon. She is the first PhD student in our group to successfully defend her thesis,
We talk a lot here on Obesity Panacea about the health-impact of sedentary behaviour. Recently our colleague Ernesto Ramirez performed a terrific interview with Kimberely Ramsey, a 4th grade teacher in Virginia who has developed
If you go to your physician’s office and inquire about your weight status, he or she will measure your height and weight to derive your BMI (weight in kg divided by height in m squared).