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Recently Published Articles
Hypothalamic Inflammation and Glioses as Aetiopathogenetic Factor in High Fat Diet Induced Obesity and Various Therapeutic Options to Resolve it
Knowledge about Feeding and Practicing Physical Activity as Protective Factors of Overweight and Obesity in Students of Official Schools in the Municipality of Sopó
Real-Time Technology Video-Coding Tools for Programming Multisensory Interventions Incorporating Exotic Local Fruits and Vegetables in Early Childhood: Implications for Pediatric Obesity Prevention Research
Physical Activity Assessment in an Italian Adult Population using the International Physical Activity Questionnaire
Nutritional Status, Dietary Practices and Physical Activities of Adolescents in Public and Private Schools of Karachi, Pakistan
Basic and Genetic Aspects of Food Intake Control and Obesity: Role of Dopamin Receptor D2 TaqIA Polymorphism
Impact of NMT1 Gene Polymorphisms on Features of the Metabolic Syndrome among Severely Obese Patients
Sports or Physical Activity for the Inactive World: Should we be Encouraging Safer Physical Activity Patterns more than Sports?
Post-Meal Exercise may Attenuate the Glycemic Response to a Carbohydrate Load: Important Implications for Adults who are Obese, with Pre-Diabetes or Diabetes, and/or At-Risk for Dementia
Daily Calcium Intervention for a Weight-Loss Program Resulted in More Significant Decreases in Body Weight, BMI, Body Fat Mass, and Body Fat Percentage
Reward Deficiency Syndrome in Children: Obesity and Metabolic Disorders are Associated with the SNP TaqIA C32806T of the DRD2 Gene
Cardiovascular Risk Factors and their Responses to a 10 Weeks Training Program in Young Qatari Adults
Cardiovascular Diseases in Relation to Anthropometric, Biochemical and Dietary Intake in Women: A Case Control Study
Behavioural and Psychological Variables Associated with Overweight and Obesity in Gran Canaria, Spain
Inflammation Driven Activation of Wnt Pathway: A Potential Mechanism Responsible for Obesity-associated Colorectal Cancer
Effective Intervention Strategies Combining Mediterranean Diet and Exercise for Reducing Obesity, Metabolic and Cardiovascular Risks in High-Risk Populations: Mini Review
Improvement of Ventricular Ejection Fraction after Bariatric Surgery in Obese Patients with Dilated Cardiomyopathy
About the Journal
Obesity Research – Open Journal (OROJ) is an online open journal which covers obesity and its controlling measures, epidemiological, translational and clinical studies.
Obesity is one of the world’s most prevalent health problems. Obesity or overweight is the abnormal accumulation of fat in the body, which increases health risks like diabetes, hypertension, heart problems, osteoarthritis, cancer, and many others. Obesity is the result of over eating in most cases, but other factors include genetic makeup, sedentary lifestyle, etc.
However, Openventio aims to widespread all the detailed matters related to dietary through its Open Journal to all the scientific community for its welfare and control.
Aims and Scope
Obesity Research – Open Journal (OROJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination and robust discussion in the area of obesity and its related fields. Obesity Research – Open Journal (OROJ) focuses on all the aspects of Obesity Research.
OROJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Diet in obesity, diet and obesity
- Health risks associated with obesity
- Rapid weight loss
- Metabolism enhancers
- Exercise Therapy
- Morbid obesity
- Physical activity
Submissions for this journal are accepted from the very basic obesity studies to the latest advancements.
The contributors of OROJ includes dieticians, surgeons, physicians, plastic surgeons, clinicians, surgical investigators, practitioners, educators, nurse, students and general community.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book-review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations, etc.
We are open to receive comments or any corrections from any potential scientists to improve the quality of our journal.