Symposium and workshop on healthy lifestyle programs for weight management

Florentino, Rodolfo F.
December 2004
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition;Dec2004, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p409
Academic Journal
This article presents information on several congresses and conventions related to nutrition. The Second Asia-Oceania Conference on Obesity organized by the Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity on September 7-9, 2003, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, provided an opportunity for the International Life Sciences Institute Southeast Asia Region to pursue its program on promoting healthy lifestyle and physical activity for weight management. The Symposium on Healthy Lifestyle Programs for Weight Management was chaired by M. Jegathesan, Deputy President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia, and co-chaired by Richard Winsley, University of Exeter of Great Britain.


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