Scientific Program

Overweight and Obesity
Diet Management Studies
Anabolic Steroids and Truncal obesity

Session Introduction

 

Shebani Sethi

Stanford University, USA.

Title: Obesity in Mental Illness: Tipping The Scales

 
 

Ari Mwachofi

Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University,USA.

Title: Is being underweight as bad for your health as being obese? Evidence from the 2012 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

 
 

James David Adams

University of Southern California, School of Pharmacy, USA

Title: How Do Most People Become Obese?

 
 

Ahmed Bettaieb

University of Tennessee-Knoxville,USA.

Title: Beige can be slimming, new insights into the metabolic functions of adipose Pyruvate kinase M2

 
 

Deepa Iyengar

The University Of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston,USA.

Title: The future direction and role of obesity management on the prevention of morbidity related to the metabolic syndrome among Asians in a westernized world

 
 

Khaled Alswat

Taif University School of Medicine, Saudi Arabia

Title: Relation between Body Mass Index and Self Esteem in Adolescents

 
 

Hala Alotaibi

King Faisal University,Saudi Arabia

Title: Weight status, body appreciation in Saudi women correlated to husbands satisfied

 
 

Eric Bailey

East Carolina University,USA.

Title: ood Choice and Obesity in Black America: Creating a New Cultural Diet

 
 

Ludwig E. Feinendegen

Heinrich-Heine University, Germany.

Title: Body-Mass Indices for the Healthy Weight of Humans: Comparison, Validation and Cut-off Values

 
 

Leegail Adonis

South African National Department of Health

Title: Creating a contextualized national obesity strategy: lessons learned from South Africa

 
 

Maria Derylo

Loyola University Chicago ,USA.

Title: Obesity

 
 

Eyitayo Omolara, Owolabi

University of Fort Hare, South Africa.

Title: Prevalence and Predictors of overweight and obesity among South African adults

 
 

Chii-Shy Lin

Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan.

Title: Targeting dietary glycemic index toward a better weight management

 
Childhood Obesity and its Lifelong Effects
Endocrine Disorders and Obesity
Drug treatments and devices for obesity: Current Research
Steroids and Hormones in Obesity

Session Introduction

 

Andrea Romani

Case Western Reserve University, USA.

Title: Mg2+-deficiency increases cortisol production in liver cells: Cross-talk between Inflammation and Hormonal Dysmetabolism

 
 

Patricia K. Doyle-Baker

University of Calgary, Canada.

Title: Adiponectin and leptin concentration changes during a high intensity exercise intervention programme for obese children.

 
 

Haseed banwar

Government College University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Title: EVALUATION OF VITAL HEALTH BIOMARKERS IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC ALBINO RABBITS AFTER TREATMENT WITH WITHANIA SOMNIFERA AND LACTUCA SCARIOLA

 
 

Peteris Tretjakovs

Riga Stradins University, Latvia.

Title: Serum fibroblast growth factor-21 is associated with renal sinus fat increasment independently of total intraabdominal obesity