Obesity and Your Pet: a Natural Approach
- Too Many Pets Still Too Heavy. Durand, Marcella // Dog World;May2005, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p8
Looks at the statistics of overweight pets in the U.S., released by Banfield Hospitals in January 2005. Percentage of overweight pets in 2004; Reasons behind canine weight problems; Method used for pets to lose weight according to Karen Johnson, vice-president/client advocate for Banfield Pet...
- Monitoring weight loss in obese pets: A shared responsibility. // Firstline;Sep2015 Supplement DVM 360.com, p3
The article stresses the importance of the pet owner's monitoring and cooperation in the success of a weight loss program for their obese pet, according to veterinarian Jane Armstrong.
- Monitoring weight loss in obese pets: A shared responsibility. // Veterinary Medicine;Sep2015 Supplement DVM 360, p3
The article reports that pet owners are also responsible for weight loss monitoring in obese pets. Topics discussed include the need for modifications in feeding habits, the importance of weight reduction to reduce the risk of diseases associated with obesity, and regular check-ups to veterinary...
- Clinical Guidelines: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity... // Family Economics & Nutrition Review;1999, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p59
Presents treatment strategies which constitute clinical guidelines on overweight and obesity for health professionals. Advantages of weight loss; Goals of weight loss; How to achieve weight loss; Goals for weight loss maintenance.
- Free to Lose. Foreyt, J.P.; Goodrick, G.K. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Sep1994, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p337
Summarizes the 1993 study `Response of Free-Living Adults to Behavioral Treatment of Obesity: Attrition and Compliance to Exercise,' by J.P. Foreyt, G.K. Goodrick and others, which appeared in `Behavior Therapy.' Efficacy of weight loss behavioral treatment on overweight free-living...
- Which weight for weight-based dosage regimens in obese patients? Erstad, Brian L. // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;11/1/2002, Vol. 59 Issue 21, p2105
Examines the rationale for using a weight other than total body weight for weight-based medication calculations in adult obese patients. Review of terminologies related to weight-based dosage regimens; Rationale for common dosing equations; Effects of obesity on organ function and protein...
- Endocrine and metabolic disease. Munro, J.F. // British Medical Journal;2/14/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6006, p388
Evaluates the medical management of obesity. Percentage of patients effectively lose weight; Reasons of patients seeking medical advice for obesity; Value of various drugs use in managing obesity.
- New weight-loss drug. // FDA Consumer;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p4
Reports on a prescription drug called Redux that can be used for weight loss longer than previous anti-obesity products. Food and Drug Administration's approval of the drug on April 29, 1996; Types of patients targeted for the drug; Results of a clinical study on the drug's effectiveness.
- Obesity and weight loss in children and adolescents: Is there a viable solution? Huber, Joseph H. // Palaestra;Summer95, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p60
Looks into the problem of obesity in the United States. Government intervention against unfounded commercial weight loss programs; Possibilities of solving obesity with changes in lifestyle, nutrition and physical activities.