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Severe obesity and diabetes self-care attitudes, behaviours and burden: implications for weight management from a matched case-controlled study. Results from Diabetes MILES--Australia.

AIMSTo investigate whether diabetes self-care attitudes, behaviours and perceived burden, particularly related to weight management, diet and physical activity, differ between adults with Type 2 diabetes who are severely obese and matched non-severely obese control subjects. METHODSThe 1795 responde... Full description

Journal Title: Diabetic medicine : a journal of the British Diabetic Association February 2014, Vol.31(2), pp.232-240
Main Author: Dixon, J B
Other Authors: Browne, J L , Mosely, K G , Rice, T L , Jones, K M , Pouwer, F , Speight, J
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title: Severe obesity and diabetes self-care attitudes, behaviours and burden: implications for weight management from a matched case-controlled study. Results from Diabetes MILES--Australia.
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  • Browne, J L
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  • Pouwer, F
  • Speight, J
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  • Aged–Complications
  • Attitude to Health–Epidemiology
  • Australia–Psychology
  • Behavior–Therapy
  • Case-Control Studies–Complications
  • Cost of Illness–Epidemiology
  • Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2–Psychology
  • Female–Therapy
  • Humans–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Male–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Middle Aged–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Obesity, Morbid–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Perception–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Self Care–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Weight Reduction Programs–Statistics & Numerical Data
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