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News World Obesity Day Nov 29, 21

World Obesity Day is on the horizon

World Obesity Day will return on 4 March 2022 with the theme: “Everybody Needs to Act”.

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News Nov 29, 21

How to define a ‘high’ prevalence of obesity

We have joined with UNICEF to publish a set of thresholds to categorise the prevalence of obesity in population groups.

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News Blog Nov 29, 21

Gulf & Lebanon Regional Recommendations: Next steps in Saudi Arabia

We have worked with the co-authors in the region to facilitate the adoption of the recommendations in each country.

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SCOPE Nov 29, 21

New SCOPE module on bariatric surgery now available!

New SCOPE E-Learning module providing an essential summary of surgical and endoscopic interventions is available!

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News Policy & Advocacy Nov 29, 21

World Obesity attends WHO’s Regional Committee Meetings

Over the past couple of months, we have been actively participating in the WHO Regional Committee Meetings.

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News Policy & Advocacy Nov 29, 21

Working with WHO: response to the consultation and road map to a resolution

Over the past couple of months, World Obesity and its Members have been working closely with the WHO.

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Nov 28, 21

COVID News Digest - November 2021

We are compiling stories from credible sources representing all regions of the world, in relation to Obesity & COVID-19.

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News SCOPE Nov 13, 21

Interview with Prof John Wilding - Obesity & Diabetes

We interviewed the President of the World Obesity Federation ahead of the SCOPE School on obesity & diabetes.

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News Press Release Nov 05, 21

World Obesity and RTI publish new, ground-breaking pilot study on the economic impact of obesity

World Obesity and RTI International have joined forces to improve the economic evidence on the impact of obesity.

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