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Self-Reported Disability in Adults with Severe Obesity

. Osei-Assibey, Mrs L. Halder, Dr. S. Taheri and Dr. P. Saravanan have no conflict of interests to declare. Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge funding support for this study from the

Self-Reported Psychosocial Health in Obese Patients before and after Weight Loss

Psychosocial profiles were examined in 255 morbidly obese patients attending a hospital service offering access to standard weight loss therapies. 129 patients were reassessed after at least 6-month follow-up. At baseline, 51.8% and 32.7% of patients, respectively, had evidence of anxiety and depressive disorders, 24% had severe impairments in self esteem, and 29.7% had an...

New H I absorption measurements towards six pulsars

the 'true' spin tempera ture. PSR 0905 - 51 PSR 0906 - 49 H I absOlption towards pulsars 1996 RAS, MNRAS 280,1027-1034 Royal Astronomical Society Astrophysics Data System T. P. Saravanan et al ... 1821 - 19 S 27 1034 T. P. Saravanan et al. 0 1 . 0 density obtained using the Taylor & Cordes (1993) model. 8 .2 The limits derived are fairly wide except for PSR 0906 - 49. AS It is difficult to derive