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  1. When the Problem is ‘Global’ but the Response is Not: Inequities in Mental Health Services in Low-and Middle-Income Countries
  2. FITTSBALL – a dynamic tool for supervision of clinical exercise prescription
  3. Higher BMI is associated with stronger effects of social cues on everyday snacking behaviour
  4. Is parity a risk factor for excessive weight gain during pregnancy and postpartum weight retention? A systematic review and meta-analysis
  5. Vitamin D status and calcium intake in systemic inflammation, insulin resistance and the metabolic syndrome: An update on current evidence
  6. The Current Global State of Key Lifestyle Characteristics: Health and Economic Implications
  7. Prevalence and trends of metabolic syndrome among adults in the asia-pacific region: a systematic review
  8. Process evaluation of the Albany Physical Activity and Nutrition (APAN) program, a home-based intervention for metabolic syndrome and associated chronic disease risk in rural Australian adults
  9. Physical inactivity among physiotherapy undergraduates: exploring the knowledge-practice gap
  10. The contribution of organised sports to physical activity in Australia: Results and directions from the Active Healthy Kids Australia 2014 Report Card on physical activity for children and young people
  11. Impaired Physical Function Associated with Childhood Obesity: How Should We Intervene?
  12. Strength training in physical therapy
  13. Validity of a food frequency questionnaire to assess nutritional intake among Sri Lankan adults
  14. Independent effects of diet and exercise training on fat oxidation in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  15. The OnTrack Diabetes Web-Based Program for Type 2 Diabetes and Dysphoria Self-Management: A Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol
  16. Windows of opportunity for physical activity in the prevention of obesity
  17. Development of the OnTrack Diabetes Program
  18. Adiposity is related to decrements in cardiorespiratory fitness in obese and normal-weight children
  19. Strength training in physical therapy
  20. Muscular strength, aerobic capacity, and adipocytokines in obese youth after resistance training: A pilot study
  21. A randomised controlled trial of a physical activity and nutrition program targeting middle-aged adults at risk of metabolic syndrome in a disadvantaged rural community
  22. The Obesity Epidemic in Sri Lanka Revisited
  23. Listening to the Experts: Is There a Place for Food Taxation in the Fight Against Obesity in Early Childhood?
  24. Overweight and Obese Adolescent Girls: The Importance of Promoting Sensible Eating and Activity Behaviors from the Start of the Adolescent Period
  25. Energy Expenditure in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury Quantified by Doubly Labeled Water and a Multi-Sensor Armband
  26. Energy Expenditure in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury Quantified by Doubly Labeled Water and a Multi-Sensor Armband
  27. Physical Activity and Health
  28. Supporting Public Health Priorities: Recommendations for Physical Education and Physical Activity Promotion in Schools
  29. Resistance training improves metainflammation and body composition in obese adolescents
  30. Are obese children really less fit? Influences of body composition and physical activity on cardiorespiratory fitness in obese and healthy-weight children
  31. Interval Training Intensity Affects Energy Intake Compensation in Obese Men
  32. Interaction of erythrocyte eicosapentaenoic acid and physical activity predicts reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment
  33. Public health service options for affordable and accessible noncommunicable disease and related chronic disease prevention and management
  34. Physical activity and dietary habits among Moroccan adolescents
  35. Energy Needs of Masters Athletes
  36. Dietary outcomes of a community based intervention for mothers of young children: a randomised controlled trial
  37. Socioeconomic disparities in prepregnancy BMI and impact on maternal and neonatal outcomes and postpartum weight retention: the EFHL longitudinal birth cohort study
  38. Exercise, Energy Expenditure, and Body Composition in People with Spinal Cord Injury
  39. Listening to the experts: is there a place for food taxation in the fight against obesity in early childhood?
  40. The effects of pediatric obesity on dynamic joint malalignment during gait
  41. Diabetes in the United Arab Emirates: the need for valid datasets for health service planning
  42. Assessment of Physical Activity and Energy Expenditure: An Overview of Objective Measures
  43. Lifestyle Practices and Obesity in Malaysian Adolescents
  44. Musculoskeletal Function and Obesity: Implications for Physical Activity
  45. Influence of Posture and Frequency Modes in Total Body Water Estimation Using Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy in Boys and Adult Males
  46. Results from Australia’s 2014 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
  47. Results from Australia’s 2014 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
  48. Dietary Pattern and Its Association with the Prevalence of Obesity, Hypertension and Other Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Chinese Older Adults
  49. Body weight perception and weight loss practices among Sri Lankan adults
  50. lean body mass
  51. Mothers and a dietary intervention in playgroups
  52. Exercise physiologists and chronic disease management
  53. Energy Gap in the Aetiology of Body Weight Gain and Obesity: A Challenging Concept with a Complex Evaluation and Pitfalls
  54. Energy and nutrient intakes among Sri Lankan adults
  55. Effectiveness of Three Different Walking Prescription Durations on Total Physical Activity in Normal- and Overweight Women
  56. Getting Australia more active: challenges and opportunities for health promotion
  57. Obese children display signs of genu valgum during gait
  58. The effect of intensity of interval training on fat oxidation, blood lactate and rating of perceived exertion in obese men
  59. Fatness and use of time and health-related quality of life in 10–13 year old Australian children
  60. The cost-effectiveness and consumer acceptability of taxation strategies to reduce rates of overweight and obesity among children in Australia: study protocol
  61. Musculoskeletal Pain in Obese Compared with Healthy-weight Children
  62. Derivation of anthropometric cut-offs to define obesity in Sri Lankan men
  63. Obesity screening for Indonesian adults using BMI and percentage body fat: Redefined cut-off points
  64. Anthropometry and physical activity level in the prediction of metabolic syndrome in children
  65. Repositioning Social Work in the Modern Workforce: The Development of a Social Work Assistant Role
  66. The relationships between body composition and cardiovascular risk factors in young Australian men
  67. How Does a Hilly Urban Environment Influence Daily Physical Activity in Obese Individuals?
  68. Physical Activity and Development and Obesity
  69. High dietary diversity is associated with obesity in Sri Lankan adults: an evaluation of three dietary scores
  70. The Interaction Between Exercise, Appetite, and Food Intake
  71. Biology or Behavior: Which Is the Strongest Contributor to Weight Gain?
  72. Physical activity and nutrition behavioural outcomes of a home-based intervention program for seniors: a randomized controlled trial
  73. Prevalence, Trends and Associated Socio-Economic Factors of Obesity in South Asia
  74. ‘Small Changes' to Diet and Physical Activity Behaviors for Weight Management
  75. The role of physical activity and diet on bone mineral indices in young men: a cross-sectional study
  76. A hitchhiker's guide to assessing sedentary behaviour among young people: Deciding what method to use
  77. Physical activity results of a home-based physical activity and nutrition program for seniors (PANS)
  78. Energy expenditure in children: Applicability of simultaneous methods
  79. Body Composition of Bangladeshi Children: Comparison and Development of Leg-to-Leg Bioelectrical Impedance Equation
  80. Whole-body substrate metabolism is associated with disease severity in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  81. Factors predicting sedentary behaviour in children
  82. Out with the old and in with the new: A novel multi-component multi-disciplinary approach to improving obesity management
  83. Differences in knee extensor strength in healthy-weight and obese children
  84. Day-to-day physical functioning and disability in obese 10- to 13-year-olds
  85. Development of a food frequency questionnaire for Sri Lankan adults
  86. Resistance, Aerobic, and Combination Training on Vascular Function in Overweight and Obese Adults
  87. Food consumption of Sri Lankan adults: an appraisal of serving characteristics
  88. Validity of predictive equations developed to estimate body fat from anthropometry and bioelectrical impedance analysis in 8–10 year-old children
  89. Different waist circumference measurements and prediction of cardiovascular risk factors and metabolic syndrome in children
  90. Consensus Physical Activity Guidelines for Asian Indians
  91. Comparison of methods to assess energy expenditure and physical activity in people with spinal cord injury
  92. Preliminary physical activity findings from a home-based Physical Activity and Nutrition Program for Seniors (PANS)
  93. Obesity the new disability? Investigating the impact of fatness on day-to-day physical functioning in 10–13 year olds
  94. An energy balance APP: A self- management tool for monitoring food intake, appetite and body weight
  95. Childhood obesity and walking: guidelines and challenges
  96. The protocol of a randomized controlled trial for playgroup mothers: Reminder on Food, Relaxation, Exercise, and Support for Health (REFRESH) Program
  97. Physical activity and obesity in children
  98. Physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors in children
  99. Ethnic differences in body fat distribution among Asian pre-pubertal children: A cross-sectional multicenter study
  100. Ethnic differences in the relationship between body mass index and percentage body fat among Asian children from different backgrounds
  101. Risk of metabolic syndrome among children living in metropolitan Kuala Lumpur: A case control study
  102. Physical Activity Level and Adiposity in Community-dwelling People with Spinal Cord Injury
  103. Resistance Weight Training Affects Body Composition in Obese Adolescents: A Pilot Study
  104. Exercise Intensity Influences Nonexercise Activity Thermogenesis in Overweight and Obese Adults
  105. Fitness and Fatness in Childhood Obesity
  106. Acute exercise improves postprandial cardiovascular risk factors in overweight and obese individuals
  107. Physical activity and nutrition program for seniors (PANS): protocol of a randomized controlled trial
  108. Age, muscle fatigue, and walking endurance in pre-menopausal women
  109. Field Assessment of Physical Activity and Energy Expenditure among Athletes
  110. Exercise: Which intensity for fat loss?
  111. Nutrient preferences and appetite responses to high- and low-intensity intermittent exercise in obese men
  112. Factors affecting energy cost of walking in obese youth
  113. The effect of exercise training intensity on fat oxidation in overweight/obese men
  114. Intermittent energy restriction prevents the orexigenic response typically observed with continuous energy restriction
  115. Prediction of resting energy requirements in people taking weight-inducing antipsychotic medications
  116. Addressing childhood obesity through increased physical activity
  117. Exercise-induced energy expenditure: Implications for exercise prescription and obesity
  118. Body size and walking cadence affect lower extremity joint power in children's gait
  119. Stable Isotope Techniques to Develop and Monitor Nutrition Interventions
  120. Indirect Techniques To Measure Energy Expenditure In Children: Validation By Doubly Labelled Water
  121. Estimation of Energy Expenditure in People with Spinal Cord Injury: A Pilot Study
  122. The Reliability of a Discontinuous FATmax Protocol to Determine Maximal Fat Oxidation in Overweight/Obese Adults
  123. Comparing exercise prescribed with exercise completed: Effects of gender and mode of exercise
  124. V˙O2max in Overweight and Obese Adults
  125. Waist circumference cut-off values for the prediction of cardiovascular risk factors clustering in Chinese school-aged children: a cross-sectional study
  126. An Overview of Physical Growth and Maturation
  127. Low energy expenditure in men with schizophrenia
  128. Body size and walking cadence affect mechanical power in children's gait
  129. Assessment of energy and macronutrient intake in young men: a comparison of 4-day food record and 24-hour dietary recall
  130. Paediatric obesity, physical activity and the musculoskeletal system
  131. Within- and Between-Day Repeatability and Variability in Children's Physiological Responses During Submaximal Treadmill Exercise
  132. Within- and Between-Day Repeatability and Variability in Children's Physiological Responses During Submaximal Treadmill Exercise
  133. A hitchhiker's guide to assessing young people's physical activity: Deciding what method to use
  134. Low-fat oxidation may be a factor in obesity among men with schizophrenia
  135. Treadmill Adaptation and Verification of Self-Selected Walking Speed
  136. Ethnic differences in body composition and anthropometric characteristics in Australian Caucasian and urban Indigenous children
  137. Balance and postural skills in normal-weight and overweight prepubertal boys
  138. Obesity, Leanness, and Mortality: Effect Modification by Physical Activity in Men and Women
  139. It's Time to be More Serious About Activating Youngsters: Lessons for Childhood Obesity
  140. A quantitative analysis of energy intake reported by young men
  141. Bioelectric impedance is a better indicator of obesity in men with schizophrenia than body mass index
  142. Comparison of body fat estimation using waist:height ratio using different ‘waist’ measurements in Australian adults
  143. A comparison of body perceptions in relation to measured body composition in young Japanese males and females
  144. Validation of a three-frequency bioimpedance spectroscopic method for body composition analysis
  145. Applicability of the Ben-Tovim Walker Body Attitudes Questionnaire (BAQ) and the Attention to Body Shape scale (ABS) in Japanese males and females
  146. Metabolic and Behavioral Compensatory Responses to Exercise Interventions: Barriers to Weight Loss*
  147. Role of physical activity and eating behaviour in weight control after treatment in severely obese children and adolescents
  148. Combined effect of body position, apparatus and distraction on children's resting metabolic rate
  149. The Contribution of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviours to the Growth and Development of Children and Adolescents
  150. New Percentage Body Fat Prediction Equations for Japanese Females
  151. Applicability of the Somatomorphic Matrix computer program in Japanese and Australian Caucasian males in relation to measured body composition
  152. Effect of Weight Loss Due to Lifestyle Intervention on Subclinical Cardiovascular Dysfunction in Obesity (Body Mass Index >30 kg/m2)
  153. Increased Resting Energy Expenditure after 40 Minutes of Aerobic But Not Resistance Exercise*
  154. Weight Loss Strategies for Obese Adults: Personalized Weight Management Program vs. Standard Care*
  155. Energy expenditure and physical activity in clozapine use: implications for weight management
  156. Energy Expenditure and Physical Activity in Clozapine use: Implications for Weight Management
  157. Musculoskeletal disorders associated with obesity: a biomechanical perspective
  158. Accelerometry is a valid measure of physical inactivity but not of energy expended on physical activity in people with schizophrenia
  159. The impact of childhood obesity on musculoskeletal form.
  160. The biomechanics of restricted movement in adult obesity
  161. Validation of the intensity of walking for pleasure in obese adults
  162. The Pathomechanics of Plantar Fasciitis
  163. Increasing Energy Expenditure Is Important to Enhance Management of Antipsychotic-Associated Weight Gain
  164. Resting energy expenditure is lower than predicted in people taking atypical antipsychotic medication
  165. Influences of ethnicity and socioeconomic status on the body dissatisfaction and eating behaviour of Australian children and adolescents
  166. Changes in physical activity and psychosocial determinants of physical activity in children and adolescents treated for obesity
  167. Obesity reduction by physical activity and caloric restriction: standard care versus personalised management
  168. Physical activity in the management of obesity
  169. Atypical Antipsychotic Weight Gain: A Major Clinical Challenge
  170. Atypical antipsychotic weight gain: a major clinical challenge
  171. Changes in fat mass, fat-free mass and aerobic fitness in severely obese children and adolescents following a residential treatment programme
  173. Physical Fitness and Physical Activity in Obese and Nonobese Flemish Youth
  174. Adolescent participation in sports and adult physical activity
  175. A comparison of self-reported and measured height, weight and BMI in Australian adolescents
  176. Relationships between HR and &OV0312;O2 in the obese
  177. Association between overweight or obesity and household income and parental body mass index in Australian youth: analysis of the Australian National Nutrition Survey, 1995
  179. Assessment of Growth in Adolescent Athletes
  180. The biomechanics of adiposity - structural and functional limitations of obesity and implications for movement
  181. Communication, information and well-being for Australians with physical disabilities
  182. Fluid shifts resulting from exercise in rats as detected by bioelectrical impedance
  183. An Evaluation of the Methodology for the Assessment of Body Composition in Children and Adolescents
  184. Conclusions and Perspectives
  186. Exercise prescription for weight management
  187. Anthropometry and adiposity in a group of people with chronic mental illness
  188. Anthropometry and Adiposity in a Group of People with Chronic Mental Illness
  189. Body Composition, Body Satisfaction, Eating and Exercise Behavior of Australian Adolescents
  190. Submaximal markers of exercise intensity
  191. Conclusions and Perspectives
  192. Methodological Considerations in the Assessment of Physical Activity and Nutritional Status of Children and Youth
  193. Correlations of Body Composition and Body-Image Assessments of Adolescents
  194. Should Body-Image Scales Designed for Adults Be Used with Adolescents?
  195. Locomotor characteristics of obese children
  197. Obesity management via diet and exercise intervention
  198. Nutrition and the Primary School Child