Journal of Obesity & Metabolic Syndrome

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It is primarily for endocrinologists and internists who seek tailored information that they can adopt in their research and practice. However, the journal’s readership can be expanded to other positions: researchers who have access to recent clinical medicine of obesity, obesity-related diseases research topics, and detailed research methods; clinicians in the field who have access to new information and recent obesity care developments for their patients; medical teachers who have access to and can adopt various medical education data; allied health professionals, including nurses, who have access to recent information concerning the care of obesity and obesity-related metabolic disorders; medical health students who can learn about the recent trends in the field and read about interesting cases; policymakers who can to reflect on the article results and apply them in nationwide healthcare policies for obesity and obesity-related metabolic disorders; and the public who will read about the advancements in obesity and obesity-related metabolic diseases, increasing their knowledge and inspiring confidence in the endocrinologists and internists’ devotion to obesity.

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September, 2020
Vol.29 No.3

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