Robertson, C., Archibald, D., Avenell, A., Douglas, F., Hoddinott, P., Van Teijlingen, E., Boyers, D., Stewart, F., Boachie, C., Fioratou, E., Wilkins, D., Street, T., Carroll, P. and Fowler, C., 2014. Systematic reviews of and integrated report on the quantitative, qualitative and economic evidence base for the management of obesity in men. Health Technology Assessment, 18 (35), - .
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Obesity increases the risk of many serious illnesses such as coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes and osteoarthritis. More men than women are overweight or obese in the UK but men are less likely to perceive their weight as a problem and less likely to engage with weight-loss services.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Behaviour Therapy ; Cost-Benefit Analysis ; Diet, Reducing ; Exercise ; Great Britain ; Humans ; Male ; Motivation ; Obesity ; Sex Factors ; State Medicine ; Weight Loss|
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