Obesity

ISSN: 1930-7381

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Wiley-Blackwell United States
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Obesity is a journal indexed in SJR in Medicine (miscellaneous) and Endocrinology with an H index of 199. It has a price of 4200 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,438 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,438.

Obesity focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: weight, obesity, activity, loss, physical, effect, fat, muscle, weaker, adult, ...

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Obesity

1,438

SJR Impact factor

199

H Index

349

Total Docs (Last Year)

877

Total Docs (3 years)

12316

Total Refs

3193

Total Cites (3 years)

762

Citable Docs (3 years)

3,62

Cites/Doc (2 years)

35,29

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


weight, obesity, activity, loss, physical, effect, fat, muscle, weaker, adult, bmi, epicardial, body, diet, response, human, wide, gain, irrelevance, obese, overweight, predicts, prevalence, stronger, treatment,



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Nonnutritive Sweeteners in Weight Management and Chronic Disease: A Review

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Physical Activity Patterns Using Accelerometry in the National Weight Control Registry

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Testosterone and Visceral Fat in Midlife Women: The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN) Fat Patterning Study

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Immunosenescence Induced by Plasma from Individuals with Obesity Caused Cell Signaling Dysfunction and Inflammation

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Adults with long-duration type 2 diabetes have blunted glycemic andbeta-Cell function improvements after bariatric surgery

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Neuromodulation targeted to the prefrontal cortex induces changes in energy intake and weight loss in obesity

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Compliance, Behavior Change, and Weight Loss With Orlistat in an Over-the-Counter Setting

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Triglyceride Levels and Not Adipokine Concentrations Are Closely Related to Severity of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in an Obesity Surgery Cohort

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The relationship between acculturation and infant feeding styles in a Latino population

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Protein Metabolism in Human Obesity: A Shift in Focus From Whole-Body to Skeletal Muscle

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Clinical factors associated with weight loss outcomes after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery

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Appetite and Endocrine Regulators of Energy Balance After 2 Days of Energy Restriction: Insulin, Leptin, Ghrelin, and DHEA-S

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Release of 12 Adipokines by Adipose Tissue, Nonfat Cells, and Fat Cells From Obese Women

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Effect of Weight Loss on the Rate of Muscle Protein Synthesis During Fasted and Fed Conditions in Obese Older Adults

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MC4R Variant Is Associated With BMI but Not Response to Resistance Training in Young Females

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Arterial stiffness, lifestyle intervention and a low-calorie diet in morbidly obese patients-A nonrandomized clinical trial

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Inflammatory potential of diet, weight gain, and incidence of overweight/obesity: The SUN cohort

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Trends in the Association of Obesity and Self-Reported Overall Health in 30 Years of the Integrated Health Interview Series

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Weight Loss Through Gastric Banding: Effects on TSH and Thyroid Hormones in Obese Subjects With Normal Thyroid Function

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Profound Obesity Secondary to Hyperphagia in Mice Lacking Kinase Suppressor of Ras 2

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Comparative analysis of three human adipocyte size measurement methods and their relevance for cardiometabolic risk

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Obese children and adolescents need increased gastric volumes in order to perceive satiety

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Stress and Abdominal Fat: Preliminary Evidence of Moderation by the Cortisol Awakening Response in Hispanic Peripubertal Girls

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Common Variants in FTO, MC4R, TMEM18, PRL, AIF1, and PCSK1 Show Evidence of Association With Adult Obesity in the Greek Population

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