The primary value of exercise on weight control came from the carry-over of self-regulatory skills needed to stay with the exercise program; participants were using those skills to control their eating.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Editor for International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity answers our questions all about sugar tax, explaining why she thinks this is a good idea.
In Cancers of the Head & Neck launching today publishes the first study looking at disability and employment outcomes in patients with head and neck cancer related to the human papillomavirus (HPV). Dr Shrujal Baxi, Section Editor for survivorship and patient related outcomes and author of this study, explains more about their work in this Q&A:
Sleep feeding patterns and exercise. Not surprisingly, all these three aspects of behaviors matter to body weight. Based on the findings reported at the 2016 International Congress on Obesity in Vancouver, chances are we might be doing it all wrong. Bex Chang talks about some of the points raised during the congress.
The experts in the European Liver Patients Association (ELPA) Hep-CORE advisory group provide a window on the broad range of hepatitis activities and perspectives in Europe today. Hep-CORE PI Jeffrey Lazarus has been interviewing some of them about how they came to work with viral hepatitis, how the field has been changing, and what new research is called for.
Every year, both BMC-series Section Editors and Editors of our society and proprietary titles are nominated by BioMed Central staff for an award that acknowledges their hard work and achievements throughout the year. This year José Belizán was voted as Editor of the year so we asked him a few questions about his career, and what he thinks makes a good Editor-in-Chief.