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  • Oxidative stress and cardiovascular risk in overweight children in an exercise intervention program.  9:15-21. 2013
  • Stepping up across America: The small changes approach.  8:76-78. 2012
  • Healthy happy kids: Tackling childhood obesity in alabama's largest city, one after-school program at a time.  7:240-241. 2011
  • Promoting inclusive community-based obesity prevention programs for children and adolescents with disabilities:the why and how.  7:177-184. 2011
  • Not just fun and games: Harnessing technology to address childhood obesity.  6:283-284. 2010
  • Improving access to care for African-American and Latino children and adolescents: Barriers and opportunities.  6:177-183. 2010
  • Increasing overweight to address the obesity epidemic.  5:41-42. 2009
  • Dietary and physical activity guidelines for Americans.  4:317-318. 2008
  • Have we stopped the increase in obesity in the United States?.  4:213-214. 2008
  • Would population-wide sustained weight loss lower mortality from diabetes and cardiovascular disease?.  4:87-88. 2008
  • Intentional weight loss can reduce mortality.  3:241. 2007
  • The expert weighs in: Looking AHEAD at the prevention and treatment of obesity: Interview with Thomas A. Wadden, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  3:246-250. 2007
  • Over the counter orlistat: What will your patients want to know?.  3:204-209. 2007
  • What will it take to get reimbursement for treating obesity?.  3:193-195. 2007
  • Diets do work.  3:153-154. 2007
  • When will we learn?.  3:55-56. 2007
  • A dose of reality for weight management.  3:1-2. 2007
  • How can healthcare professionals help patients deal with the obesigenic environment?.  2:211-213. 2006
  • Small changes: A big idea for addressing obesity.  2:227-231. 2006
  • Is it OK to call children obese?.  2:131-132. 2006
  • Pessimistic news about U.S. trends in overweight and obesity.  2:87-88. 2006
  • Are low-fat diets out?.  2:47-48. 2006
  • Does your weight affect how you address obesity in your patients? [1].  2:1-2. 2006
  • Is “The Biggest Loser” Really a Big Winner or Just a Big Loser?.  1:187-188. 2005
  • Clinical Case Report.  1:163-165. 2005
  • Clinical Case Report.  1:108-110. 2005
  • Editorial: Is Obesity Bad?.  1:85-86. 2005
  • Are We Doomed to Repeat Our Mistakes?.  1:41-42. 2005
  • Clinical Case Report.  1:65-67. 2005
  • Lessons from Patients Who Have Successfully Maintained Weight Loss.  1:56-61. 2005
  • Clinical Q & A.  1:20. 2005
  • Why We Need Obesity Management.  1:1. 2005