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KIN 346 “Clinical and Public Health Implications of Obesity” 3 credits; Instructor: Sofiya Alhassan; Clinical and public health consequences of obesity. Topics include: prevalence, predictors and consequences of obesity; biological and physiological mechanisms; gender racial/ethnic differences in the determinants and consequences; psychological impact; and treatment strategies. Prerequisites: None