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Abstracts from the conference European Obesity Summit in Gothenburg

News: Jun 08, 2016

Several researchers and doctoral students took part in the conference European Obesity Summit in Gothenburg June 1-4.

Link to Obesity facts

Ebba Brann
- Secular changes in well-being of young Swedes in relation to weight status: The 'Grow up Gothenburg' Studies

Sofia Klingberg
- A large hip is protective against hip fracture

Gabriele Eiben
- Healthy diet score: Design, application and association with future overweight
- Blood fatty acid composition in relation to obesity in children aged 2-11: Results from the European IDEFICS study
- Association between parental dietary patterns and number of shared family meals on children's dietary patterns across Europe: Results from the I.Family Study
- Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between energy intake and BMI z-score in European children
- Fat, sugar and water intakes among families from the IDEFICS intervention and control groups: First observations from I.Family

Louise Arvidsson
- Fat, sugar and water intakes among families from the IDEFICS intervention and control groups: First observations from I.Family

Gianluca Tognon
- The FTO variant rs9939609 is associated with 5-year change in BMI, waist circumference and percent fat mass in children from 8 European countries

Lotta Moraeus
- Body shape perception and satisfaction in the GrowUp 1990 Gothenburg cohort: Effects of gender, socioeconomic background and weight status

Anton Holmgren
- Detailed analyzes of the relation between childhood BMI and gain in height during puberty, separated into different components

Rebecka Bramsved
- Effects of family disposable income on development of height and BMI from birth up to eight years of age

Christopher Holmberg
- Adolescents' communication of high calorie low nutrient food items in image-based social media

Kirsten Mehlig
- Blood fatty acid composition in relation to obesity in children aged 2-11: Results from the European IDEFICS study
- Effects of family disposable income on development of height and BMI from birth up to eight years of age
- A large hip is protective against hip fracture
- Healthy diet score: Design, application and association with future overweight

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