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    September 2022
  1. MUIR S, Dhuria P, Vogel C
    Government must proceed with landmark anti-obesity regulations in England.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o2358.
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  2. YANG J, Qian F, Chavarro JE, Ley SH, et al
    Modifiable risk factors and long term risk of type 2 diabetes among individuals with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus: prospective cohort study.
    BMJ. 2022;378:e070312.
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    August 2022
  3. WISE J
    Junk food advertising bans do help reduce obesity, say researchers.
    BMJ. 2022;378:o1930.
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    June 2022
  4. WISE J
    Diabetes drug results in substantial weight loss in people with obesity, study finds.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1406.
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    May 2022
  5. MADIGAN CD, Graham HE, Sturgiss E, Kettle VE, et al
    Effectiveness of weight management interventions for adults delivered in primary care: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.
    BMJ. 2022;377:e069719.
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  6. IACOBUCCI G
    Sixty seconds on . . . obesity in the UK.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1265.
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  7. BUSE K, Wilding J, Bryant M, Halford JCG, et al
    The UK's U-turn on obesity is a failure of leadership.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1285.
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  8. MAHASE E
    Obesity: No European country is on track to halt rising levels by 2025, WHO warns.
    BMJ. 2022;377:o1107.
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    March 2022

  9. Obstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea syndrome and obesity hypoventilation syndrome in over 16s: summary of NICE guidance.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o619.
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  10. BUSE K, Ralston J
    Obesity action: Time to move from fragmentation and failure to solidarity and success.
    BMJ. 2022;376:o576.
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    January 2022
  11. JAYEDI A, Soltani S, Motlagh SZ, Emadi A, et al
    Anthropometric and adiposity indicators and risk of type 2 diabetes: systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of cohort studies.
    BMJ. 2022;376:e067516.
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    December 2021
  12. GAHUNGU N, Trueick R, Coopes M, Gabbay E, et al
    Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
    BMJ. 2021;375:e058568.
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    November 2021
  13. MAHASE E
    Childhood obesity: are new treatment centres the solution?
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2910.
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  14. SAUL H, Gursul D
    Group programmes for weight loss may be more effective than one-to-one sessions.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2771.
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  15. RAJESH S, Wonderling D, Simonds AK
    Obstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea syndrome and obesity hyperventilation syndrome in over 16s: summary of NICE guidance.
    BMJ. 2021;375:n2360.
    PubMed    


    September 2021
  16. DYER O
    Obesity in US children increased at an unprecedented rate during the pandemic.
    BMJ. 2021;374:n2332.
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  17. WATSON MC, Lloyd J
    National Food Strategy: urgent and robust government support is needed.
    BMJ. 2021;374:n2185.
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    August 2021
  18. HARTMANN-BOYCE J, Theodoulou A, Oke JL, Butler AR, et al
    Association between characteristics of behavioural weight loss programmes and weight change after programme end: systematic review and meta-analysis.
    BMJ. 2021;374:n1840.
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  19. CHUNG A, Tully L, Czernin S, Thompson R, et al
    Reducing risk of childhood obesity in the wake of covid-19.
    BMJ. 2021;374:n1716.
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    May 2021
  20. PATTERSON RR, Sornalingam S, Cooper M
    Tackling childhood obesity in the wake of covid-19: lessons from Chile.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1338.
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  21. CHIOLERO A
    Body mass index as socioeconomic indicator.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n1158.
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  22. GILLESPIE BM, Webster J, Ellwood D, Thalib L, et al
    Closed incision negative pressure wound therapy versus standard dressings in obese women undergoing caesarean section: multicentre parallel group randomised controlled trial.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n893.
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    April 2021
  23. PATTERSON RR, Sornalingam S, Cooper M
    Consequences of covid-19 on the childhood obesity epidemic.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n953.
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  24. JUKAKU SA, Williams SRP
    The cause of obesity is multifactorial but GPs can do more.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n956.
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  25. OLSEN L
    Calorie labels in restaurants: the impact on eating disorders.
    BMJ. 2021;373:n864.
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    March 2021
  26. LIU B, Du Y, Wu Y, Snetselaar LG, et al
    Trends in obesity and adiposity measures by race or ethnicity among adults in the United States 2011-18: population based study.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n365.
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  27. JONES A, Wu JHY, Buse K
    UK's sugar tax hits the sweet spot.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n463.
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  28. SENTHILINGAM M
    Covid-19 has made the obesity epidemic worse, but failed to ignite enough action.
    BMJ. 2021;372:n411.
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    December 2020
  29. SPEAKMAN JR
    Measuring energy balance: a weighty issue.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m4673.
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  30. GRIFFIN S
    Coca-Cola sought to shift blame for obesity by funding public health conferences, study reports.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m4718.
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    October 2020
  31. MAHASE E
    Covid-19: Why are age and obesity risk factors for serious disease?
    BMJ. 2020;371:m4130.
    PubMed    


  32. ROY MP
    Tackling obesity in South East Asia.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m3960.
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  33. SIMHA V
    Management of hypertriglyceridemia.
    BMJ. 2020;371:m3109.
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    September 2020
  34. JAYEDI A, Soltani S, Zargar MS, Khan TA, et al
    Central fatness and risk of all cause mortality: systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of 72 prospective cohort studies.
    BMJ. 2020;370:m3324.
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