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Welcome Message

Welcome Message

World Obesity and Weight Management Congress | October 25-27, 2021 | Orlando, USA

Dear Conference Attendees,
It is an honor and great pleasure to write a few welcome notes for the session entitled “Obesity and Diabetes”. We are living in the era of ever-escalating national crisis of obesity and its related comorbidities including type 2 diabetes in both adults and youth. A multi-disciplinary approach linking basic, clinical and public health research is desperately necessitated to advance our understanding of the growing pandemic of obesity and diabetes. In line with this, our session offers a variety of research topics including: (1) Diabetes and Endocrinology; (2) Genomics, Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity; (3) Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders; (4) Diabetic Nephropathy and Urine; (5) Diabetic Retinopathy; and (6) Clinical Researches in Diabetes. It will be a great opportunity for the WOC participants including young and senior researchers, scientists, clinicians and academicians to gain knowledge with the up-to-date research in obesity and diabetes.

Yours Sincerely
Joon Young Kim

Obesity Conferences 2021

Welcome Message

World Obesity and Weight Management Congress


Dear congress visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. The fact that the obesity epidemic didn't flash over countries like a wildfire-rather it smoldered and then slowly grew year after year-has made it even more difficult to combat, since its causes have become so intertwined into the social, environmental, and governmental fabric. It is a problem for both developing and developed countries. Evidence shows that obesity prevention policy and environmental change efforts should focus on facilitating a handful of key behaviors: Limiting unhealthy foods (refined grains and sweets, potatoes, red meat, processed meat) and beverages (sugary drinks); Increasing physical activity; Limiting television time, screen time, and other "sit time"; Improving sleep; Reducing stress. Which in practice means that obesity is a problem of education and lifestyle change, not a first-time medical care. In other words, I decide the current state of body mass status myself, my behavior and actions, not the attending physician.

Yours Sincerely
Vaclav Bunc

Obesity Conferences 2020