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ISSN: 2165-7904

Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Ibrahim El-Bayoumy

Administration of Public health, Ports & Borders Health Division P.O.box 35180 Shaab, 36052 Kuwait

Biography

Dr Ibrahim Farahat Mohamed El Bayoumy affiliated with Administration of Public health, Ports & Borders Health Division P.O.box 35180 Shaab, 36052 Kuwait. Has 8 publications on online global platform. Dr Ibrahim Farahat Mohamed El Bayoumy has skills and expertise in field SPSS,Nutrition,Clinical Nutrition and has research interests in,1) Investigation of Infectious Diseases Research on Aids, Hepatitis B, C and Tuberculosis.2) Epidemiological study for Diabetes Mellitus in Kuwait 3)Nutrition in health and disease 4) Pharmacoepidemiology. 
Publications

Metabolic Syndrome among Obese Kuwaiti Adolescents (11-17 Years)

Aim of work: To detect features and the prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome(MS) in obese adolescents (11-17 years) attending School Health Screening Center in Farwaniah governorate in Kuwait. Research design and methods:A total 352 obese Kuwaiti adolescents attended the School Health Screening enter in Al-Farwaniah Governorate in Kuwait were assessed... Read More»

Ibrahim El-Bayoumy and Safinaz Shalaby

Research Article: J Obes Weight Loss Ther

DOI: 10.4172/2165-7904.1000110

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