Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, May 1st, 2007
Study 1: New research, "The effect of a medium-term activity- and diet-induced energy deficit on subjective appetite sensations in obese children," is the subject of a report. In this recently published article, scientists in Leeds, the United Kingdom conducted a study "To assess the subjective appetite responses to an imposed activity-and diet-induced energy deficit during a residential intervention programme for obese children. A 6-week intervention of fixed, reduced dietary intake and 6 h/day of skill-based physical activity while resident in a weight loss camp....
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