Comparison of a Patient-Centered Weight Loss Program starting before versus after knee replacement: A pilot study
Abstract Background Most patients risk gaining weight in the years after knee replacement, adding further concern to a population that is mostly overweight/obese prior to surgery. Objective Via a randomised...Full Article
Physical Therapist–Led Exercise Assessment and Counseling in Integrative Cancer Care: Effects on Patient Self-reported Symptoms and Quality of Life
Abstract Introduction: We conducted a cohort study on the impact of obesity on disease activity and Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) measures in the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) Partners cohort....Full Article
Profiles of sociodemographic, behavioral, clinical and psychosocial characteristics among primary care patients with comorbid obesity and depression
Abstract The objective of this study is to characterize profiles of obese depressed participants using baseline data collected from October 2014 through December 2016 for an ongoing randomized controlled trial...Full Article
Recommendations for High-Priority Research on Cancer-Related Fatigue in Children and Adults.
Abstract Over the past decades, some scientific progress has been made in understanding and treating cancer-related fatigue (CRF). However, three major problems have limited further progress: lack of agreement about...Full Article
Taste Assessment in Normal Weight and Overweight Individuals with Co-Occurring Binge Eating Disorder.
Abstract BACKGROUND: Taste perception influences food choice, and may contribute to both weight status and disordered eating. Relatively little work has attempted to disentangle contributions of weight status and Binge...Full Article