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We welcome submissions on all aspects of research into high-intensity exercise, including translational science, clinical investigations and epidemiological studies.

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BMC Sports Science, Medicine, and Rehabilitation, in partnership with Research Square, is launching In Review. This new option provides authors with on-demand information on the status of their manuscript, enables them to share their work with funders and their research community, and allows their colleagues to comment and collaborate - all whilst their manuscript is under review.

Exercise as medicine for metabolic dysfunction and obesity: eschewing generalities by defining specifics

Read the published content in our cross-journal article collection entitled, "Exercise as medicine for metabolic dysfunction and obesity: eschewing generalities by defining specifics."

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Aims and scope

BMC Obesity is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of human obesity across the lifecourse. These include the prevention, causes, treatment, management, and implications of obesity, incorporating lifestyle, epidemiology, policy and community/environmental interventions, related approaches for weight loss and the prevention of weight gain, management of the condition including the use of drugs and surgery, and basic science relating to the causes and effects of obesity. Research from developing country contexts is encouraged. 

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James Mockridge, BioMed Central

Section Editors

  • Philip McTernan, University of Warwick
  • Tommy Visscher, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Zwolle


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