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111 1 2000
Grazer FM, de Jong RH. Fatal outcomes from liposuction: census survey of cosmetic surgeons. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2000;105(1):436-6; discussion 447-8. Abstract
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112 2 1999
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113 3 1999
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114 4 1999
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115 5 1998
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116 6 1998
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117 7 1998

The total cost attributable to obesity amounted to $99.2 billion dollars in 1995.

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118 8 1998
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119 9 1996

Causes of obesity: molecules, yes, genetics no. !
Storing fat efficiently once a competitive advantage, now a disadvantage. heritability is the fraction of the population variation in a trait [e.g., body mass index (BMI)] that can be explained by genetic transmission.

(obese families have obese pets! obviously not genetic.)

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120 10 1993

Weight loss maintenance strategies. PCPs, and specialists are failing to make an impact.

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121 11 1981

Evaluating studies that reported weight data at least 1 year post-treatment. Limitations of behavioral treatment of obesity. 95% gain weight back, and put on even more within 3 years.

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622 12 1994
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623 13 1993
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632 14 2000
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633 15 1999
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634 16 1999
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635 17 1998
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636 18 1998

3834 subjects (the Boyd Orr Cohort) tracked for 50 years. Least calories consumed in childhood: dramatic reductions in breast, prostate and colon cancer as adults. Each 238 calorie daily increase in consumption increased cancer mortality as an adult by 20%.

Animal studies have shown that energy restriction results in a reduced risk of cancer. Some cancers are more common in taller people, suggesting that the same effect may be important in humans
+ The association between diet in childhood and later cancer was examined on the basis of detailed dietary data collected from a cohort of children in the late 1930s
+ A positive association emerged between childhood energy intake and later cancer (other than cancer related to smoking), once adjustment for socioeconomic variables had been made
+ This evidence for long term effects of early diet confirms the importance of optimal childhood nutrition by implying that higher levels of energy intake in childhood increase the risk of the later development of cancer.

The effect of childhood energy intake on later mortality from cancer was seen only for cancers not related to smoking.

Children who consumed the highest quartile of fruit during childhood had a 38 percent lower occurrence of all cancers as adults

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637 19 1997
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638 20 1995
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639 21 1975
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640 22 2000
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641 23 2000
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642 24 2000
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643 25 1999
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644 26 1999
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645 27 1998
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646 28 1998
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647 29 1998
Stoll BA. Western diet, early puberty, and breast cancer risk. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 1998;49(3):187-93. Abstract
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648 30 1998
Masoro EJ. Influence of caloric intake on aging and on the response to stressors. J Toxicol Environ Health B Crit Rev. 1998;1(3):243-57. Abstract
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649 31 1997
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650 32 1997
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651 33 1997
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652 34 1996
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653 35 1996
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654 36 1996
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655 37 1995
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656 38 1993
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657 39 1993
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658 40 1992

From Dr. Fuhrman: "The 1992 Bogalusa Heart Study discovered atherosclerotic lesions, the early signs of clogging of the arteries, in most children, teenagers, and young adults. Autopsies were conducted on over 60 percent of all children who died, mostly by accidental deaths. They confirmed that this disease process begins very early in life, setting the stage for a premature death later on." Fatty streaks and fibrous plaques.

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659 41 1987
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660 42 1985
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661 43 1971
Staszewski J. Age at menarche and breast cancer. J Natl Cancer Inst. 1971;47(5):935-40.

Early puberty increases the risk of breast cancer

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