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Behavioral Sleep Medicine: “Lifestyle Intervention for Sleep Disturbances among Overweight or Obese Individuals.”
Harvard Medical School: "Losing weight and belly fat improves sleep.”
JAMA: “Longitudinal study of moderate weight change and sleep-disordered breathing.”
Mayo Clinic: "Sleep apnea."
The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging: “Quality of Life and Mental Health in Older Adults with Obesity and Frailty: Associations with a Weight Loss Intervention.”
PLoS Biology: "Inflammation arising from obesity reduces taste bud abundance and inhibits renewal.”
Current Opinion in Gastroenterology: “Bariatric surgery and taste: novel mechanisms of weight loss.”
Obesity Facts: “Diet-Induced Weight Loss Alters Functional Brain Responses during an Episodic Memory Task.”
Obesity: “Sexual functioning and obesity: a review.”
International Journal of Impotence Research: “Improvements in Sexual Quality of Life after Moderate Weight Loss.”
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: “The Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity.”
National Cancer Institute: “Obesity and Cancer.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “Body Contouring After Weight-Loss Surgery.”
Ohio State Medical Center: “How to lose weight without tanking your metabolism.”
Current Biology: “Meal Timing Regulates the Human Circadian System.”
Randomized Controlled Trial: "High caloric intake at breakfast vs. dinner differentially influences weight loss of overweight and obese women.”
International Journal of Obesity: “Association of body temperature with obesity. The CoLaus study.”
The Japanese Journal of Physiology: “Effects of diets on cold tolerance and metabolic responses to cold in fasted rats.”
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