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Title: Isospin purity of T=1 states in the A=38 nuclei via lifetime measurements in 38 K
Author: Prados Estevez, F. M.
Awarding Body: University of Brighton
Current Institution: University of Brighton
Date of Award: 2006
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with T2DM have more difficulty in losing weight than people without T2DM when following Lifestyle intervention. In patients who were unable to lose weight following Lifestyle intervention alone, the addition of Sibutramine to Lifestyle advice enabled similar or greater amounts of weight 1m"> as pair matched patients who successfully lost weight in the Lifestyle clinic. These studies demonstrate that effective dietetic management for patients with T2DM result in positive outcomes, such as weight loss. However, changes to standard care would be required towards more intensive and longer term dietetic interventions as well as the use of pharmacotherapy. The treatment of obesity in T2DM needs to be more aggressive to enable people to manage their weight, and different weight loss strategies should be attempted until success prevails. Dietitians provide an excellent foundation on which new skills for obesity management can be built, which then urgently need to be implemented nationwide to help turn the tide on the obesity epidemic.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
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