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Managing Adiposity-Related Diseases

Published: February 2024
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  • 24 pages
  • Spiral Bound
  • 80# Aqueous Coating
  • 4.25" x 7.25"
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  • Key Points
  • Disease Categories
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and Diabetes Mellitus
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and High Blood Pressure
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and CVD
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and Stress
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and Dyslipidemia
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and Psychiatric Disease
    • TOP 10 TAKEAWAY MESSAGES: Obesity and Cancer
  • Figures:
    • Simplified Mechanism of Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Metabolic Disease
    • Treatment of Adult Patients With Overweight or Obesity
    • How Does Obesity (Adiposopathy) Cause Diabetes?
    • Direct Adiposopathy (“Sick Fat”) Cardiovascular Disease Effects
    • Indirect Adiposopathy (“Sick Fat”) Cardiovascular Disease Effects
    • Adiposopathic Dyslipidemia: (Hypertriglyceridemia, Small Dense LDL, and Reduced HDL-C Often Found With Fatty Liver)
    • Benefits of Physical Activity in Patients With Cancer
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The Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) is the largest organization of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care providers working every day to improve the lives of patients affected by obesity. OMA members are the clinical experts in obesity medicine. They use a comprehensive, scientific, and individualized approach when treating obesity, which helps patients achieve their health and weight goals.


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