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16th Euro Obesity and Endocrinology Congress, will be organized around the theme “Effect of Pandemic COVID-2019 on Obesity”

Euro Obesity 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Obesity 2020

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Several studies have found that a numbers of patients with mental illness are obese compared to the general population. Mental illness may increase the risk of obesity, while obesity may increase an individual's chances to develop a psychiatric disorder. The reasons behind the link between obesity and psychiatric problems are poor self-image, the biological disruptions caused by obesity, physical inactivity and the social stigma related to being overweight. Epidemiological studies justify positive associations between obesity and mood disorders.

  • Personality disorder
  • Eating disorder
  • ADHD
  • Alcohol use


  • Track 1-1Mood Disorder
  • Track 1-2Depression
  • Track 1-3Anxiety Disorder
  • Track 1-4Substance use Disorder

Being Obese, weight-history period was taken prior to baseline (start of the 12-year follow-up), which was considered an adequate period of time to obtain minimally biased estimates of BMI. Longitudinal data were drawn from the US Nurses' Health Study 1 and 2, as well as the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study (HPFS), and the potential associations between different categories of BMI with all-cause mortality and cause-specific mortality were generated.

  • Track 2-1Obesity and Infertility
  • Track 2-2Obesity and Infertility
  • Track 2-3Obesity and overweight
  • Track 2-4Morbidity
  • Track 2-5Mortality
  • Track 2-6Obesity and overweight

There are genetic, interactive and hormonal impacts on body mass, Obesity occurs when you take in more calories than you burn through exercise and normal daily activities. Your body stores these excess calories as fat.

Obesity can sometimes be outlined to a medical cause, such as Prader-Willi syndrome, Cushing's syndrome, and other diseases and conditions. Though, these illnesses are rare and, in general, the major causes of Obesity

If you're not actual active, you don't burn as numerous calories. With a sedentary lifestyle, you can simply take in more calories every day than you use through exercise and normal day-to-day actions.


  • Track 3-1Dietary Effects
  • Track 3-2Obesity and risk of chronic diseases development
  • Track 3-3Hypertension
  • Track 3-4Hypothyroidism
  • Track 3-5Lipid and Glucose Metabolism
  • Track 3-6Anabolic Steroids
  • Track 3-7Exogeneous Obesity
  • Track 3-8Genetic Susceptibility

In addition to health influences, obesity chiefs to many problems including depression and psychological health. Depression can both cause strain, which in turn may cause you to change your eating activity habits.

Real life stories authenticate all these involvements of an obese being. It is also the effect a health care provider can have on attaining successful weight-loss.


  • Track 4-1Heart Risk in Real Life
  • Track 4-2Heart Risk in Real Life
  • Track 4-3Obesity & Health
  • Track 4-4Size acceptance

Anti-obesity medication and weight loss drugs  are pharmacological mediators which lessen or control weight. These drugs modify one of the central processes of the human body or weight regulation by varying either appetite or absorption of calories. The treatment modalities for overweight and obese individuals remain dieting and physical exercise. Because the human body uses various chemicals and hormones to protect its stores of fat reaction probably useful to our ancestors when food was scarce in the past. The supreme anti-obesity drug would produce sustained weight loss with minimal side effects. The mechanisms that control energy balance have substantial built-in redundancy, overlap considerably with other physiological functions, and are influenced by social, hedonic and psychological factors that limit the effectiveness of pharmacological interventions.

  • Track 5-1Antidepressant
  • Track 5-2Anti-inflammatories
  • Track 5-3Sympathomimetic drugs

The digestive tract is responsible for digestion, absorption of nutrients from foods and beverages, and elimination of waste. Many patients with CD have inflammation in the small intestine. This can affect the patient’s ability to fully digest and absorb nutrients from the food that they eat. If not enough of the right kinds of nutrients are absorbed into the body; this can lead to nutritional deficiencies or malnutrition, which is a lack of essential nutrients in the body. Improperly digested food can also cause diarrhea, abdominal pain and cramping.

Avoiding dehydration is an important strategy for anyone, whether they have IBD or not. Our bodies are 60% percent water and thus require regular frequent intake of water to stay hydrated.

Patients with CD or UC who are experiencing recurring diarrhea are especially at risk of becoming dehydrated. Everyone should attempt to drink at least 8 to 18 glasses of water every day. For some people

with IBD, it could be beneficial to avoid beverages with caffeine, such as coffee and tea, because it could increase frequency of bowel movements. Some examples of good beverages include water, low-sugar sports drinks, and fruit juices that have been diluted in water.


  • Track 6-1Low-density lipoproteins
  • Track 6-2Fat Burning Foods
  • Track 6-3Atkins diet for obese persons
  • Track 6-4Consuming Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
  • Track 6-5Dietary approaches for weight loss
  • Track 6-6Diet & Weight Management
  • Track 6-7Vitamins for Weight Loss

Existing Research in Diabetes & Obesity Periodical is an international peer reviewed Open Access journal. Diabetes is a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, usually occurring in genetically predisposed individuals, characterized by inadequate production or utilization of insulin and ensuing in excessive amounts of glucose in the blood and urine. Obesity is an irregular accumulation of body fat, typically 20% or more over an individual's perfect body weight. Obesity is allied with increased risk of illness, disability, and death. Research papers, reviews, Mini reviews, short communication, Case reports on topics related to Diabetes & Obesity and provides free and infinite access of all articles for the betterment of the world

  • Track 7-1The Epidemic of Obesity and Diabetes
  • Track 7-2Genomics, Type 2 Diabetes, and Obesity
  • Track 7-3Association between obesity and T2D
  • Track 7-4Adipocytokines in the development of obesity-related T2D

Throughout the past 20 years, obesity among grown-ups has risen through and through in the United States. The modern Health Statistics states that 33% of population 20 years of age and more settled more than 100 million people are strong. This growth isn't confined to adults but instead, has in like manner affected adolescents. Among youth, 18 percent of children advanced 6-11 years and 21 percent of adolescents developed 12– 19 years are obese. These rates of obesity have critical consequences for Americans' prosperity. But one of the national wealth objectives for the year 2020 is to lessen the regularity of obesity among adults by 10 %, current data shows that the situation isn't advancing. Hopkins GIM workers are looking at overweight the full amount of its trademark history and challenges, and likewise endeavoring to fight the torment by investigating different techniques and interference

  • Track 8-1Insulin and islet biology
  • Track 8-2Diabetes and its complications
  • Track 8-3Transplantation for diabetes
  • Track 8-4Drug treatments and devices for obesity: Current research
  • Track 8-5Probiotics for human health -new innovations and emerging trends

Obesity throughout childhood can destructively affect the body in numerous ways. Youngsters who have obesity will perhaps have a High blood pressure and elevated cholesterol, which are chance elements for cardiovascular disease (CVD). A prolonged danger of disabled glucose tolerance, insulin confrontation, and type 2 diabetes Breathing issues, for example, asthma and sleep apnea. Joint issues and musculoskeletal discomfort.

  • Track 9-1Pediatric Nutrition
  • Track 9-2Childhood Obesity Prevention
  • Track 9-3Healthy eating
  • Track 9-4Nutritional Science
  • Track 9-5Malnutrition
  • Track 9-6Clinical Nutrition

Obesity is linked with a few endocrine illnesses, including basic ones, for example, hypothyroidism and polycystic ovarian syndrome to rare ones for example, Cushing's syndrome, central hypothyroidism, and hypothalamic disorders. The mechanisms for the upgrading of weight shift in as per the endocrine condition. Hypothyroidism is related with combination of hyaluronic acid inside different tissues, extra liquid preservation because of decreased cardiovascular yield and reduces thermogenesis. The net abundance of androgen gives off an imprint of being urgent in the progression of central obesity. In Cushing's syndrome, an association with thyroid and development hormones plays a significant part to an increased adipocyte separation and adipogenesis. This audit additionally depicts staying rare cases: hypothalamic obesity because of central hypothyroidism and combined hormone deficiencies.


  • Track 10-1Neuro Endocrinology
  • Track 10-2Endocrine regulation
  • Track 10-3Endocrine regulation
  • Track 10-4Paediatric endocrinology
  • Track 10-5Adrenal and Pituitary Tumors
  • Track 10-6Osteoporosis
  • Track 10-7Obesity on Growth Hormones
  • Track 10-8Obesity on Leptin
  • Track 10-9Classical endocrine diseases causing obesity
  • Track 10-10Current advances in endocrinology metabolism
  • Track 10-11Pediatric Obesity
  • Track 10-12Management of obesity

Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) includes a diversity of techniques performed on individuals who have obesity. Weight loss is attained by plummeting the size of the stomach with a gastric band or through the exclusion of a part of the stomach (sleeve gastrectomy or biliopancreatic redirection with duodenal switch) or by resecting and re-directing the minor digestive tract to a little stomach sack (gastric bypass surgery).


  • Track 11-1Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • Track 11-2Gestational Diabetes
  • Track 11-3Ovarian cancer
  • Track 11-4Overdue pregnancy
  • Track 11-5Premature Birth
  • Track 11-6Macrosomia
  • Track 11-7Gynoid obesity
  • Track 11-8Ovarian cysts
  • Track 11-9Lack of sleep
  • Track 11-10Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) includes a diversity of techniques performed on individuals who have obesity. Weight loss is attained by plummeting the size of the stomach with a gastric band or through the exclusion of a part of the stomach (sleeve gastrectomy or biliopancreatic redirection with duodenal switch) or by resecting and re-directing the minor digestive tract to a little stomach sack (gastric bypass surgery).

  • Track 12-1Weight loss surgery
  • Track 12-2Obesity Surgery
  • Track 12-3Beaumont Health
  • Track 12-4Baptist Bariatric Surgery
  • Track 12-5Types of Bariatric Surgery
  • Track 12-6Bariatric Surgery Benefits
  • Track 12-7Bariatric Surgery Side Effects
  • Track 12-8Potential Candidates of Bariatric Surgery
  • Track 12-9Clinical Trials

Obesity can be a result of both genetic as well as environmental factors. Changes or mutations in genes that control body’s metabolism and appetite, may sometimes lead to obesity, when fulfilled by favorable dietary conditions. The influence of genetic factors on obesity is estimated to be 40-70%.

Individuals having their bodyweight 20% more than it should be, then, he or she is considered to be an obese. If the body mass index for any person is 30 or more, then he or she has obesity disease. Obesity can be cured by various medical as well as physical therapies. There have been a number of surgeries started to cure obesity. These include gastrointestinal surgery, bariatric surgery, etc. The physical therapies are also helpful to reduce obesity in obese people.


  • Track 13-1Genetic Syndromes
  • Track 13-2Epigenetics
  • Track 13-3Herary Factors
  • Track 13-4Genetic Mutations
  • Track 13-5Global Methylation and Obesity

The disease of obesity is far elsewhere basically abundance weight. It is actually a metabolic disease including complex metabolic and hormonal components. Obesity is associated to a chronic condition of inflammation. It is trusted that this chronic condition of inflammation carries about diseases, for example, diabetes, coronary illness, stroke, cancer and joint and muscle pains


  • Track 14-1Metabolic Complications of Obesity
  • Track 14-2Developmental Changes in Energy Expenditure
  • Track 14-3Bile loss acids
  • Track 14-4Clinical metabolics and lipidomics
  • Track 14-5Overweight and Eating Disorders
  • Track 14-6Food Intolerance
  • Track 14-7Endocrinology and Metabolism

Lifestyle factors recognized with obesity, eating conduct, and physical activity plays a chief role in the corrective action and treatment of type-2 diabetes. As of late, there has been an advance in the improvement of behavioral practices to adjust these way of lifestyle behaviors. Additionally, investigate, in any case, is plainly required, claiming the rates of obesity in our nation are levitation, and changing behavior for the long term has ended up being extremely troublesome.


  • Track 15-1Losing Weight: Lifestyle Changes
  • Track 15-2Prevention of Chronic Disease by Means of Diet and Lifestyle
  • Track 15-3Lifestyle Intervention Beats Diet for Weight Loss
  • Track 15-4Intensive lifestyle change
  • Track 15-5Interventions to Promote Physical Activity and Dietary Lifestyle
  • Track 15-6TLC Diet
  • Track 15-7Post Bariatric Surgery Diet & Lifestyle Changes
  • Track 15-8Planning a Pregnancy: Diet and Lifestyle Changes
  • Track 15-9Heart Disease and Diet Lifestyle Changes

Obesity is an expanded danger of morbidity and mortality and lessened future. The most topical two years of the earlier century have seen an affected increment in human services costs because of obesity and related issues among kids and youths. Youngsters today are existing large. Obesity quantity has been multiplied since 1980 among youngsters and has triplicated for youths. In the previous 20 years, the degree of matured 12 to 19 who are obese prolonged from 5 % to 18 %. youths’ Numerous scientists have discovered that obese youth are at superior risk for expressive distress than their non-overweight associates. Overweight youngsters have fewer companions, will probably be socially disconnected and agonize complex rates of sorrow than youngsters of standard weight.


  • Track 16-1Childhood Obesity Facts
  • Track 16-2Overweight & obesity management: teenagers
  • Track 16-3Adolescent Obesity
  • Track 16-4Preventing Obesity in Children, Teens, and Adults
  • Track 16-5Race and Obesity in Adolescent Hypertension
  • Track 16-6Sleep Duration and Adolescent Obesity
  • Track 16-7Common Nutritional Challenges for Teenagers

We may require treatment by a physician if your own energies to lose weight have failed and/or if co-existing medical conditions make it vital for you to lose weight. That treatment may include:


  1. Medication to treat obesity-related health difficulties
  2. Interactive changes to improve dietary habits and increase activity   levels
  3. Rehabilitation to address any eating disorders (may also require medication)


  • Track 17-1Physical Activity
  • Track 17-2Dietary Changes
  • Track 17-3Therapy to Eating Disorders

Currently, around 100 health professionals and commissioners from across the field, working on receiving this initiative off the ground are meeting in Edmonton to discuss facts of the plan. Many have already functioned in obesity and chronic disease management and bring their own views and experience to the table. This is enormously important as sharing of best practices is one of the key mechanisms to ensure that we do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

It is also essential that we found common ground on the basic principles and practice of addressing this health problem – the sooner we are all on the same page, preferably we can begin working towards steadiness in obesity prevention and care across the province.

But I am fully self-assured that in the end we will be moving in the right direction towards reducing the emotional, physical, and economic load of obesity on all Albertans.


  • Track 18-1Leptin Resistance
  • Track 18-2Insulin
  • Track 18-3Food Addiction
  • Track 18-4Malnutrition

Complex adaptive systems-of-systems are integrally multi-scale across several scopes, with temporal, geographical, and organizational. We present a multimodal paradigm integrating a localized community-scale individual-based model (IBM) with a population scale system dynamics (SD) model to analyze long term results of potential policy interferences for obesity prevention.

The N&PA related health actions of individuals change dynamically relative to endogenous impacts within their social network and exogenous influences from industry-based publicizing and public health-related counter-marketing and educational operations.

  • Track 19-1Fitness plan
  • Track 19-2Eating Plan
  • Track 19-3Avoiding food traps
  • Track 19-4Monitoring weight in regular intervals

To change behavior, it is important to be aware of the determinants of behavior change. The Social-Cognitive, Operant Learning, and Planned Behavior philosophies have formed a list of determinants including: intention, perceived behavior control, self-efficacy, outcome expectancy, response-reinforcement contingencies, and discriminative stimuli. Theories are effective at describing and explaining behavior change, however, deciphering how to inspire change remains a challenge. Above demonstrate how practices of behavioral change are mapped onto different factors and commends that therapists should carefully select interventions that are shown to be valid and consistent for impacting the intended determinants that is the focus of alteration.


  • Track 20-1Antidepressant
  • Track 20-2Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes
  • Track 20-3Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes
  • Track 20-4Control of Obesity

The time required to do liposuction varies significantly, depending on the size of the area treated, the sum of fat being removed, the type of anesthesia used and the liposuction techniques which are selected. A small area, such as the chin/neck, may be treated in under 30 minutes, while a most wide procedure might last several hours. During the procedure, a medicated fluid is first injected into the treatment areas before the fat is removed. This fluid is a mixture of vein salt solution, lidocaine (a local anesthetic), and epinephrine (a drug that constricts blood vessels). Liposuction works by introducing fluid into the areas where fat needs to be removed. Then, tiny tubes are inserted through barely-noticeable cuts. The fluid that was inserted helps remove fat more effectively when it’s sucked out through the pipes that were inserted. Once the desired contour is obtained, a compressive garment is placed, this helps to minimize staining and supports in patient comfort.


Heart disease and cardiovascular problemsDiabetes, Cancer, Digestive problems, Breathing problems, Arthritis, Sex hormone problems and Kidney disease

Obesity is a multifactorial disease caused by a chronic energy extra in which energy intake exceeds energy spending, leading to the accumulation of excess adipose tissue. Regulation of energy homeostasis is a multipart process, and that fact imparts a considerable challenge in trying to elucidate the pathogenesis of obesity. Although poor lifestyle choices, including unsuitable diets and lack of physical activity, undoubtedly play a large role, genetic susceptibility also puts a discrete at increased risk.

The popular of obesity therapies have been intended at behavior modification and pharmacologic interposition, although to date these therapies have led to only unsure weight loss. Although less common, bariatric surgery has led to extensive long-term weight loss in morbidly obese patients; this type of treatment, however, is both offensive and costly.



  • Track 22-1Sleep Apnea & other respiratory illness
  • Track 22-2Musculoskeletal problems
  • Track 22-3Gallbladder disorders
  • Track 22-4Hypertension
  • Track 22-5Stroke
  • Track 22-6Cholesterol
  • Track 22-7Heart disease
  • Track 22-8Diabetes
  • Track 22-9Cancer disorders
  • Track 22-10Osteoarthritis

Kidney & Heart inequity

Kidney and heart inequity is one of the most common conflicts of adrenal fatigue.

This pattern typically occurs in strained people who use the brain in excess/constantly overthinking.

The adrenal fatigue symptoms associated are:

  1. insomnia
  2. heart palpitation
  3. anxiety & depression
  4. heart conditions
  5. emotion instability
  6. fibromyalgia and so on



  • Track 23-1Adrenaline disorders
  • Track 23-2Endocrine disease
  • Track 23-3Adrenal insufficiency
  • Track 23-4Adrenal Crisis
  • Track 23-5Adrenocortical Carcinoma

The parathyroid glands are responsible for calcium homeostasis, which is essential for appropriate functioning of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. Parathyroid adenoma remains the most common sign for surgery. The adrenal cortex is mainly responsible for ooze of mineralocorticoids, glucocorticoids and androgens whereas the medulla consists of pre-ganglionic sympathetic ganglion, which secretes epinephrine, nor-epinephrine and dopamine. Adrenocortical disease results in commotion of water balance, electrolytes, cardiovascular variability and metabolic disturbances.

These epithelial cells are gathered into three different adrenocortical zones settled as zona glomerulosa (ZG), zona fasciculate (ZF), and zona reticularis (ZR). The cells of ZG secrete significant amounts of the mineralocorticoids aldosterone, and ZF cells secrete the glucocorticoids cortisol and corticosterone, in addition to small amounts of adrenal androgens and estrogens, while ZR cells secrete the adrenal androgens androstenedione, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and small amounts of estrogens and some glucocorticoids.

  • Track 24-1Parathyroid
  • Track 24-2Adrenal gland disorders
  • Track 24-3Thyroid disorders
  • Track 24-4Endocrine diseases
  • Track 24-5Kinesiology

Kinesiology Taping is a process of treatment technique using elastic tape to support in reduction of pain as well as assist with increasing functional series of motion to most body portions. Kinesiology tape was developed roughly 35 years ago and used to relieve multiple types of pain from acute and chronic injuries, swelling and mechanical conditions. Kinesiology tape is now a typical product that is used in aggregation with effective manual therapy or hands-on techniques and exercise plans. If you are interested in our Kinesiology health and services, join with us.


Cancer Research UK found more than a third of all cases of cancer were avoidable - some 123,000. The charity similarly found that surplus weight now instigated 6.3% of all cancer cases - up from 5.5% in 2011 - while smoking as a root had declined.

Cancer Research UK found the country with the greatest amount of preventable causes of cancer was Scotland with 46.5%, followed by Northern Ireland on 37%, Wales on 37.9%, and England on 36.3%.

Across the UK, smoking endured by far the leading cause of avertible cancer, although it dropped from 18.4% in 2013 to 14.7%.

The standard way of identifying if someone is obese is by calculating their body mass index (BMI). It trials whether you're a fit weight for your height. A BMI of more than 25 means you're overweight and a BMI of more than 30 means you're classified as obese, while there are some exceptions. Cancer Investigation UK found overexposure to UV radiation began about 13,600 cases of melanoma skin cancer a year - or 3.8% of all cancer cases. Other preventable causes of cancer comprised drinking alcohol and eating too little fibre, it said. However, overall the analysis found the part of preventable cases of cancer had fallen - from 41.3% in 2013 to 33.7%.

Endometrial cancer

Esophageal adenocarcinoma

Gastric cardia cancer

Liver cancer

Kidney cancer

Multiple myeloma


Pancreatic cancer

Colorectal cancer

Gallbladder cancer

Breast cancer

Ovarian cancer

Thyroid cancer

Teen obesity

Obesity surgery


  • Track 26-1Endometrial cancer
  • Track 26-2teen obesity
  • Track 26-3Thyroid cancer
  • Track 26-4Ovarian cancer
  • Track 26-5Breast cancer
  • Track 26-6Gallbladder cancer
  • Track 26-7Colorectal cancer
  • Track 26-8Pancreatic cancer
  • Track 26-9Meningioma
  • Track 26-10Multiple myeloma
  • Track 26-11Kidney cancer
  • Track 26-12Liver cancer
  • Track 26-13Gastric cardia cancer
  • Track 26-14Esophageal adenocarcinoma
  • Track 26-15Obesity surgery