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July-December 2017 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Editorial: Do physicians give attention for obesity while managing diabetic and hypertensive patients?
Yahia M AlKhaldi
According to national studies from Saudi Arabia, diabetes type-2 (DM) and hypertension (HTN) affect high percentage of adult population.[1],[2] In one regional study, it was found that more than one...
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Editorial: Obesity control: Islamic perspective
Abdullah S Aljoudi
Obesity is a global public health problem and Saudi Arabia is no exception.[1] It is reported that 28.7% of the Saudis are obese.[2] In 2014, the Saudi Journal of Obesity published an article titled...
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Review Article: The prevalence and risk factors of obesity in the United Arab Emirates
Hira Abdul Razzak, Ashraf El-Metwally, Alya Harbi, Arwa Al-Shujairi, Ahmad Qawas
Obesity is a global epidemic, preventable, and a disease of clinical and public health significance. It has emerged as a major risk factor for the development of disability, several other noncommuni...
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Original Article: Weight loss trial among obese patients in Aseer region, Saudi Arabia
Yahia M Al-Khaldi, Fahad S Al-Shehri, Bandar A Al-Asmari
Background and Objectives: In Saudi Arabia, overweight and obesity affect more than 75% of the adult population. National studies concluded that the two most contributing factors leading to o...
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Original Article: The meal pattern and incidence of overweight and obesity among market women in a Southwest community, Nigeria
Israel O Dada
Background and objectives: Overweight as well as obesity is a risk factor of maternal morbidity and mortality in Nigeria. This study assessed the meal pattern and incidence of overweight and ...
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