PANCREATIC FAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME AND VISCERAL ADIPOSE TISSUE BUT NOT BETA-CELL FUNCTION OR BODY MASS INDEX IN PAEDIATRIC OBESITY : OP01
DEEP SUBCUTANEOUS ADIPOSE TISSUE CORRELATES WITH ACCENTUATED INSULIN SECRETION AND POOR INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN OBESE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS : OP02
OP03
REDUCING OBESITY IN AN ECONOMIC AND A PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE : OP04
OP05
SOCIAL INEQUALITY IN BMI CHANGE AND GESTATIONAL WEIGHT GAIN IN THE FIRST AND SECOND PREGNANCY AMONG WOMEN IN SWEDEN : OP06
BODY MASS AND TRAIT FOOD CRAVING INTERACTIVELY PREDICT LIKING, SELECTION AND CONSUMPTION OF HIGH-CALORIE FOODS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS : OP07
OP08
INEQUALITIES AND RATIONALITIES OF INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDHOOD OBESITY : ISA01
ASSESSING OVERALL DIET QUALITY IN A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF UK CHILDREN AGES 2-18 YEARS OLD IN THE NATIONAL DIET AND NUTRITION SURVEY 2008-2012 : CPP01
OVERWEIGHT PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS IN SWEDISH 8-AND 12-YEAR OLD CHILDREN BETWEEN 2003 AND 2011 : CPP02
CHILDHOOD OBESITY: PREVALENCE, PREVENTION OBSTACLES, AND POTENTIAL IMPACT ON CHRONIC DISEASES IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES : CPP03
‘HEALTHY START - YOUNG FAMILY NETWORK’: EVALUATION OF THE GERMAN NATIONAL CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATIONS ON INFANT NUTRITION AND NUTRITION FOR BREASTFEEDING MOTHERS : CPP04
TRACKING OF BODY MASS INDEX FROM CHILDHOOD THROUGH ADULTHOOD : CPP05
REDUCTION OF EXCESS WEIGHT AND CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION IN PARTICIPANTS OF THE NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION OF DIABETES AND NCDS ‘POZDRO!’ - PRELIMINARY RESULTS : CPP06
INTAKE LEVEL OF FISH IN UK CHILDREN: AN ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL DIET AND NUTRITION SURVEY 2008-2012 : PP01
IS EXCESS WEIGHT IN LOW INCOME KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN ASSOCIATED WITH COGNITIVE ACHIEVEMENT, DEVELOPMENTAL SKILLS AND PHYSICAL FITNESS? : PP02
LEVELS AND PATTERNS OF OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR IN 4-YEAR-OLD SWEDISH CHILDREN : PP03
INTERSECTORAL TRAINING TO PREVENT CHILDHOOD OBESITY: HEALTH ASSETS IDENTIFICATION : PP04
PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN POLAND : PP05
THE SECULAR TREND OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN SOUTH-EASTERN POLAND : PP06
BREAKFAST CONSUMPTION AND PREVALENCE OF OBESITY IN STUDENTS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. DATA FROM THE HELLENIC ACTION PLAN FOR THE ASSESSMENT PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY : PP07
DIAGNOSIS OF 21ST CENTURY : PP08
MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AS PREDICTORS OF WEIGHT CHANGE FROM ADOLESCENCE TO YOUNG ADULTHOOD, 11 YEARS FOLLOW-UP. THE HUNT STUDY, NORWAY : PP09
CIP X CIOP GOOD SNACKS AT SCHOOL: LOW COST PROGRAMME TO IMPROVE THE EATING HABITS OF CHILDREN OF PRIMARY SCHOOL : PP10
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CHILDCARE WORKERS' SUPERVISION STYLE AND TODDLERS' OBJECTIVELY ASSESSED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND BMI : PP11
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION OF DIABETES AND NCDS ‘POZDRO!’ AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIABETES AND OBESITY TACKLING PROGRAMME - PRELIMINARY RESULTS : PP12
CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN SPECIAL CARE - SEARCHING FOR A HEALTHY OBESE CHILD : CP07
DEVELOPMENT OF GLUCOSE INTOLERANCE IN OBESE CHILDREN STUDIED IN THE BETA-JUDO COHORT : CP08
CHILDHOOD BODY MASS INDEX IN RELATION TO RISK OF ADULT TYPE 2 DIABETES - A DANISH COHORT STUDY : CP09
A POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC COMPARISON OF SLEEP IN CHILDREN WITH OBESITY AND NORMAL WEIGHT : PP13
ASSESSMENT IN OBESE CHILDREN BY METABOLIC SYNDROME IN A NEW PERSPECTIVE : PP14
THE PREVALENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES IN SOUTH-EASTERN POLAND : PP15
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF HEIGHT COMPONENTS AND CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH DURING CHILDHOOD : PP16
IR-HOMA AND HEPATIC STEATOSIS : PP17
DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE-4 IS ASSOCIATED WITH ELEVATED LIVER ENZYMES, IMPAIRED GLUCOSE TOLERANCE AND LOWERED GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1 IN OBESE CHILDREN : PP18
SERUM ENDOTOXIN ACTIVITY LEVELS ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME IN EARLY-ONSET OBESITY : PP19
EARLY ADIPOSITY REBOUND AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH OBESITY AND NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS : PP20
CLINICAL INDICATIONS OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN OBESE PREPUBERTAL CHILDREN : PP21
THE IMPACT OF INSULIN RESISTANCE IN YOUTH : PP22
MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILD AND ADOLESCENT OBESITY : PP23
THE ASSOCIATION OF EATING STYLES WITH WEIGHT CHANGE AFTER AN INTENSIVE COMBINED LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH SEVERE OBESITY : CP10
EMOTIONAL EATING IN ADOLESCENTS : CP11
EFFECTIVENESS OF ADDING AN APPROACH AVOIDANCE TRAINING WITH GAME ELEMENTS TO A RESIDENTIAL CHILDHOOD OBESITY TREATMENT : CP12
OBSERVATION OF PARENTAL MODELLING AND ENCOURAGEMENT IN RELATION TO CHILDREN'S TASTING BEHAVIOUR OF UNKNOWN AND FAMILIAR FOOD : CP13
CP14
CP15
ATTENTIONAL AND MOTOR IMPULSIVITY INTERACTIVELY PREDICT LOWER PERCEIVED SELF-REGULATORY SUCCESS IN DIETING IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS : PP24
EMOTIONAL EATING AFTER AN INPATIENT WEIGHT LOSS TREATMENT FOR ADOLESCENTS: HOW CAN THIS BE EXPLAINED? : PP25
ASSESSMENT OF DISCREET PARENTAL CONTROL OF CHILD'S FOOD BEHAVIOUR : PP26
YOUTH WITH EXTREME OBESITY STUDY (YES): A PROSPECTIVE STUDY TO IMPLEMENT BARIATRIC SURGERY: EXPERIENCES FROM ONE RESEARCH CENTRE : CP16
HEALTH IDENTITIES AMONG CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN OBESITY TREATMENT : CP17
BINGE EATING IN ADOLESCENTS WITH SEVERE OBESITY PRESENTING FOR BARIATRIC SURGERY: RESULTS FROM A SWEDISH NATIONWIDE STUDY - AMOS : CP18
WHO IS THE TREATMENT-SEEKING YOUNG ADULT WITH SEVERE OBESITY: A COMPREHENSIVE CHARACTERIZATION WITH EMPHASIS ON MENTAL HEALTH : CP19
NEW WIDESPREAD DISEASES IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: THE NIKI-STUDY : CP20
FAMILY-BASED BEHAVIOURAL TREATMENT OF OBESITY - THE FABO-STUDY : CP21
REDUCING OVERWEIGHT IN CHILDREN: THE SUCCESSFUL GERMAN OUTPATIENT TRAINING ‘OBELDICKS’ : PP27
FATHERS CONCERNS FOR THEIR OBESE CHILDREN - BARRIERS FOR ADEQUATE COPING : PP28
DEVELOPMENT OF A SPECIFIC LEAFLET TO PROVIDE BLIND OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN WITH KEY PREVENTION MESSAGES : PP29
A CASE OF EARLY OBESITY: SYNDROME OR A BEHAVIOURAL DISTURBANCE (BY PROXY)? : PP30
EATING HABITS AND LIFESTYLE OF OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS : PP31
CARDIOMETABOLIC COMORBIDITY IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT OBESITY : PP32