Aetiology of Individual Obesities

 
9789814222600: Aetiology of Individual Obesities

Aetiology of Individual Obesities does not exhaustively cover all the possible causes of individual obesities (and adiposities), but serves as a preview of the complexity that actually characterizes global (collective) obesity and suggests a way forward that will encompass a more panoramic view of weight and its clinical/epidemiological management, using Evidencebased Medicine (EBM). Indeed, a piecemeal and simple solution to obesity management, relying only on one or a few scientific causes of obesities, is unlikely to succeed in defeating obesity. This is because individual obesities are multi-factorial and multi-faceted conditions, with intrinsic and extrinsic elements, that hinder the achievement and subsequent maintenance of lifelong ideal weight, in the populace. Both medical care and health care systems are needed, if we are to win the war on weight and weight-related illnesses.

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Dr Victor YC Ong is a medical scientist, the inventor of Nutrafem(TM) and the discoverer of phytoandrogens and supra-hormonal augmenters. He was also a pioneer in the directed drug treatment of genetic disease (partial androgen insensitivity syndrome). Prior to his current work, Dr Ong was the Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology with the Faculty of Medicine, Monash University. He has authored various research and review papers in medical journals, patents and books, including War On Weight (2007, Armour Publishing). Dr Ong obtained his Honours in Biotechnology from Murdoch University, Western Australia and his Doctorate (PhD) in Genetics & Pharmacology, with a NUS research scholarship, from the National University of Singapore (Faculty of Medicine). In addition, Dr Ong holds the Australian Government-recognized Research Supervisor Level 1 Accreditation from the Monash University (Monash Research Graduate School) to teach and supervise research students enrolled in Doctorate and Master's degree programmes.

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