Lobstein

Lob·stein

(lōb'shtīn),
Johann F.D., German pathologist, 1777-1840. See: Lobstein ganglion.
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I believe we can,'' said Dr Tim Lobstein, Director of Policy, The World Obesity Federation.
The show's curators Marianne Mathieu and Dominique Lobstein estimate that Monet owned 120 works by other artists, excluding the Japanese prints decorating the first-floor reception rooms at Giverny.
Administrative building and adjoining buildings: 36 rue du Doubs - architrave building: 22 rue du Rhne, - "Direction of Social Action" building: 2 rue Lobstein, - 14 rue Adolphe Seyboth, Verdon (being acquired on the date of the consultation - planned move to the 1 st quarter 2018).
Obesity is a contributing factor to a variety of chronic diseases (Wang and Lobstein, 2006).
Obesity and obesity-related morbidity are global crises that affect all age groups (Karnik and Kanekar 2012), especially children (Wang and Lobstein 2006).
Lobstein T, Baur L, Uauy R; IASO International Obesity Task-Force.
For the current analysis, there was no randomization of groups since they were divided based on the BMI classification of obese (OG) or severely obese (SOG) in accordance with the cut-offs proposed by Cole and Lobstein (5).
Tim Lobstein, head of policy for the World Obesity Federation, said a soft drinks tax should also be considered.
Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), also known as brittle bone disease or Lobstein syndrome, is characterized by blue or gray sclerae, variable short stature, dentinogenesis imperfecta, hearing loss, and recurrent fractures.
Cole TJ, Lobstein T (2012) Extended international (IOTF) body mass index cut-offs for thinness, overweight and obesity.
Galbraith-Emami, Sarah, and Tim Lobstein (2013), "The Impact of Initiatives to Limit the Advertising of Food and Beverage Products to Children: A Systematic Review," Obesity Reviews 14(12): 960-974.