Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve had a few events worth sharing and celebrating.
There are a number of challenges to effective weight management in children and families. One of the biggest? Just getting started!
Anyone who studies or works in academia knows there are many opportunities…
With the increasing number of researchers and journals focused on obesity over recent years, it’s challenging to keep up-to-date with this literature. Continue reading
The most common question I get asked is: “How successful is your weight management program?” My answer is always the same: “It depends…”
While our team focuses on research and clinical care to prevent and manage obesity in children, most of the time, we communicate and work with moms and dads. Continue reading
We offer a number of weight management services for families at the PCWH since we know that a one-size-fits-all won’t meet the varied preferences and needs of our families. Continue reading
Teens tend to have a tougher time making and maintaining healthy lifestyle changes compared to children. Continue reading
Any clinician who’s cared for individuals with obesity can attest to how variable the causes and consequences of excess weight can be and that the body mass index is only a proxy, indirect measure of health status. Continue reading