14th Plymouth Symposium targets issues associated with obesity.

14th Plymouth Symposium targets issues associated with obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome The 14th Plymouth Symposium on obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, 'Diabesity', will take place at the Plymouth Postgraduate Medical Centre at Derriford Medical center, Plymouth, UK, on 22nd May 2014. A variety of professionals from Plymouth University, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, the University of Bristol, and the Center of England NHS Basis Trust, will focus on a true number of issues associated with the growing complications of obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In line with the issue: ‘what should weight reduction clinics offer?’, topics will include: bariatric medical procedures and the nonsurgical areas of bariatric administration; the Plymouth weight reduction clinic; the usage of apps and related technology for bariatric follow-up and diabetes administration; an update on the National Institute for Health Research By-Band Study; a study of life after weight reduction surgery; and weight problems and the declining age group of puberty, and the impact this might have on future health care provision http://www.clobetasocream.com/ .

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