Does depression reduce the effectiveness of behavioral weight loss treatment?

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Limited evidence suggests that depression is associated with poorer outcomes in behavioral weight loss programs; however, people with major depression are typically excluded from weight loss intervention trials. This study examined the effect of depression on women's participation and weight loss in behavioral treatment. Non-treatment seeking obese women… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/08964280903334527

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