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  • 1. Rev 4/2010<br />CURRICULUM VITAE<br />Name:Patrick Mahlen O'NeilBirth Date: January 13, 1948<br />Home Address:1738 Thompson AvenuePhone:843-883-9266<br />Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482<br />Office Address: Medical University of South Carolina, Institute of Psychiatry Phone:843-792-2273<br />Weight Management Center, Suite 410 South Fax: 843-792-5432<br />67 President Street <br />Charleston, SC 29425<br />Citizenship and/or Visa Information: U.S. Citizen<br />Education:<br />Institution/LocationYearsDegree/DateField of Study<br />Louisiana State University 1965–1971B.S./1970 Major: Economics; Undergraduate <br />Baton Rougework in Psychology: 1970–1971 <br />University of Georgia 1971–1975 M.S./1973Major: Psychology<br />Athens, GeorgiaPh.D./1975Major: Clinical Psychology<br />Co-Major: Organizational Management<br />Internship:<br />Clinical Psychology InternSeptember 1973–August 1974<br />Veterans Administration Hospital and <br />Medical University of South Carolina<br />Residencies or Post Doctoral:<br />Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical PsychologySeptember 1975–February 1977<br />Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,<br />Medical University of South Carolina<br />Specialty/Board Certification:<br />Licensure: <br />Clinical Psychologist, State of South Carolina, #192, 1975- Present<br />Other Licenses and Credentials:<br />Certified Clinical Trial Investigator (Association of Clinical Research Professionals), <br />2008-Present<br />Notary Public, State of South Carolina, 2006-2016<br />OUPV-Operator Of Uninspected Passenger Vessels As Defined In 46 U.S.C. 2101 (42)(B) <br />Upon Near Coastal Waters Not More than 100 Miles Offshore, <br />United States Coast Guard License, 2009-2014<br />Faculty Appointments: <br />YearsRankInstitutionDepartment<br />1977 Research Associate Medical University of Psychiatry and<br />South CarolinaBehavioral Sciences<br />1977–1978Research PsychologistVeterans Administration <br />Hospital<br /> <br />1977–1983Assistant ProfessorMedical University ofPsychiatry and<br />South CarolinaBehavioral Sciences<br />1983–1994 Associate ProfessorMedical University ofPsychiatry and <br />South Carolina Behavioral Sciences<br />1994–PresentProfessorMedical University ofPsychiatry of<br />South Carolina Behavioral Sciences <br />2009-PresentProfessorMedical University of Surgery<br />South Carolina<br /> Administrative Appointments:<br />YearsPositionInstitutionDepartment<br />1984–Present DirectorMedical UniversityPsychiatry and<br />of South CarolinaBehavioral Sciences/<br /> Weight Management<br />Center<br />1992–1994Associate DirectorMedical University Psychiatry of <br />For Clinical Trainingof South Carolina Behavioral Sciences<br />Hospital Appointments/Privileges:<br />YearsActive/InactiveInstitution<br />1978–Present ActiveMUSC Medical Center<br />Other Experience:<br />YearsPositionInstitutionDepartment<br />1971–1972Teaching AssistantUniversity of Georgia Psychology<br />1972–1973 Institution CounselorTerrebonne Regional<br />Mental Health Center<br />1972–1973 Research Assistant University of Georgia Psychology <br />1974 Part-time InstructorBaptist CollegePsychology<br />1974–1975 Research Assistant University of GeorgiaPsychology<br />1974–1975Clinical Practicum University of GeorgiaPsychology<br />Team Leader<br />1976Part-time InstructorThe Citadel Psychology of<br />Exceptional Children<br />1978–1981Co-Organizer;South Carolina School<br />Annual Advancedof Alcohol and Drug <br />Workshops for Studies<br />Health- Care <br />Professionals <br />1979–1981Curriculum South Carolina School<br /> Committeeof Alcohol and Drug <br />Studies<br />1981InstructorMedical UniversityPsychiatry and<br /> of South CarolinaBehavioral Sciences<br />Membership in professional/scientific societies:<br />Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy<br />Chair, Obesity and Eating Disorders Special Interest Group, 1985–1988 <br />The Obesity Society (Formerly North American Association for the Study of Obesity) <br />Education Committee, 1994–2001: Chair, 2006-2008<br />Abstract Review Committee, 1997 <br />Program Chair and Local Arrangements Coordinator, 1999 Annual Meeting <br />Ad hoc committee to prepare Practical Guidelines translation booklet of NIH “Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults” for widespread dissemination to physicians and other health care providers, 1998–2000 <br />Web site Editor, 2000–2004 <br />Publications Committee, 2001–2004<br />Member of Council, 2006–2009<br />Vice-President, 2009-2010<br />SC Academy of Professional Psychologists <br />President-Elect, 1997 <br />President, 1998 <br />South Carolina Psychological Association <br />Member, Executive Council, 1997 <br />Obesity Research Network<br />Investigator member, 1996–Present <br />South Carolina Obesity Advisory Committee, DHEC<br />Member, 1999 <br />Committee on Military Nutrition Research, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine<br />Member, 2001–2006<br />Editorial Positions:<br />2000–PresentEditorial Board, Eating Behaviors: An International Journal<br />2005–PresentAssociate Editor, Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases<br />2005–PresentEditorial Board, International Journal of Obesity<br />2008–PresentEditorial Board, Obesity<br />Guest Reviewer:<br />Behavior Modification, 1978<br />Journal of Behavioral Assessment, 1979–1981, 1984–1985, 1989<br />British Journal of Social Psychology, 1989<br />Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 1990–Present<br />Archives of Dermatology, 1991<br />Women & Health, 1991<br />Cognitive Therapy and Research, 1992<br />Applied & Preventive Psychology: Current Scientific Perspectives, 1993<br />American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1994–1995, 1997<br />Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1994<br />Obesity (formerly Obesity Research), 1996–Present<br />International Journal of Obesity, 1999–2004<br />Journal of Women’s Health and Gender-Based Medicine, 2000–2006<br />American Journal of Psychiatry, 2001–present<br />Extramural Grants/award amount (current and past):<br />As Principal Investigator:<br />Past:<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Developmental funding for the Weight Management Center. Funded by Fullerton Foundation, $118,000; 1984.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 52Week Study of the Weight Loss Maintenance Effect of Orlistat in the Treatment of Obesity after a 24Week Period of Weight Loss by Conventional Diet Therapy. Funded by HoffmannLa Roche, Inc., $778,592; 1993. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Characterization of Serum Leptin Concentrations in the General Adult Population. Funded by Amgen, Inc., $20,280; 1995.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Egan B (Co-Investigator). A Fifty-Two Week, Multicenter, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Compare the Effects of Sibutramine Hydrochloride 20 mg with Those of Placebo in Mild to Moderate Obese Patients whose Hypertension is Controlled by a Calcium-Channel Blocker, with or without Concomitant Thiazide Diuretic Therapy. Funded by Knoll Pharmaceutical Company (BASF Pharma), $184,266; 1995. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Varying Dosages of Timed Medications in the Treatment of Obesity. Funded by Ergo Science Development Corporation, $213,708; 1997.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Follow-up Health Outcomes of Xenical Patients. Funded by Hoffman La Roche, Inc., $7,995; 1997. Supplemental funding of $7,011. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Phase II Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Evaluate Weight Loss Effects of Recombinant-Methionyl Human Leptin (rmet Huleptin) in Obese Subjects Stratified by Weight Loss After Induction with RMet Huleptin. Funded by Amgen, Inc., $384,612; 1997. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Follow-up Study to Assess the Long Term Safety and Tolerability of Leptin in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Amgen, Inc., $180,348; 1998.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). 52 Week, Efficacy of Orlistat Treatment plus Diet in Obese Type 2 Diabetic Patients Receiving Metformin. Funded by Innovex, $60,700; 1998.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Psychological and Behavioral Factors Associated with Leptin Treatment and Response. Supplemental funding by Amgen, Inc., $5,735; 1998.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Follow-up Open Label Study to Assess the Long Term Safety and Tolerability of Leptin (rmet HuLeptin) in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Amgen, Inc., $181,848; 1998. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Daily Subcutaneous Administration of A-100 in Obese Subjects. Funded by Amgen, Inc., $167,009; 1999.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Investigate the Tolerability and Efficacy of Oral 1555U88 (2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, or 15 mg per day) Compared to Placebo for the Treatment of Obesity in Subjects 18–65 Years of Age. Funded by GlaxoWellcome, $233,158; 1999. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Tolerability and Efficacy of Oral 1555U88 Compared to Placebo for the Treatment of Obesity in Subjects 18-65 Years of Age. Funded by Glaxo Wellcome, $229, 658; 2000.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Phase III Multi-Center, Two-Arm Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Ecopipam (SCH 39166) in the Management of Obesity. Funded by ScheringPlough Research Institute, $519,552; 2000. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 24Week, Multicenter, Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group-Study to Investigate the Efficacy and Tolerability of 300 mg/day and 400 mg/day of Bupropion SR Compared to Placebo for the Treatment of Obesity with a 24Week Open-Label Extension. Funded by Obesity Research Network, $213,365; 2000. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Multicenter, Parallel Group, Dose-Response Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Topiramate in the Treatment of Subjects with Diabetes. Funded by Parexel International Corporation, $174,175; 2000. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, 52Week Study of the Efficacy and Tolerability of Xenical (Orlistat) in the Weight Management of Obese Pediatric Patients. Funded by HoffmannLa Roche, Inc., $318,412; 2000. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Fixed-Dose, Multi-Center Study of Weight Reducing and Prevention of Weight Regain Effects and Safety of SR141716 in Obese Patients with or without Comorbidities. Funded by Icon Clinical Research, Inc., $618,268; 2001.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Dose-Finding, Multi-Center Study of Sandostatin LAR Depot (20mg, 40mg, 60mg) in Patients with Primary Insulin Hypersecretion (PIH) and at least Moderate Obesity. Funded by Novartis Corporation, $171,750; 2002.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Protocol #OT-10: Phase 2, Multi-Center, Randomized, Blinded, Placebo Controlled, Proof of Concept Study of Combination Therapy for Safety and Efficacy in Subjects with Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc., $202,401; 2003. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Design, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Tolerability, and Safety of Orlistat 60mg plus Diet in Patients with a BMI of > 25 and <28 kg/m2 Treated in a Primary Care Setting. Funded by Roche Consumer Health, $85,912; 2003.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Study to Assess the Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of L000753721 in Maintaining Weight Loss Induced by a Very Low Calorie Diet in Obese Patients. Funded by Merck, Inc., $187,449; 2003. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Triple-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multi-Center Study to Investigate the Safety and Tolerability of Progressive Dose-Escalation of Pramintide in Obese Subjects with Non-Insulin Treated Type 2 Diabetes and Obese Non-Diabetic Subjects. Funded by Amylin Pharmaceuticals, $60,875; 2003.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multi-Center, Parallel-Group Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Toparimate OROS Controlled-Release in the Treatment of Obese, Type 2 Diabetic Subjects Managed with Diet of Metformin. Funded by Johnson and Johnson, $115,466; 2004.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Fixed Dose, Multi-Center Study of Weight Reducing and Prevention of Weight Regain Effects and Safety of Rimonabant 20 mg Versus Placebo on Weight Loss and Frequency of Binge Episodes in Obese Patients with food cravings. Funded by SanofiSynthelabo, Inc, $72,382; 2004. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). South Carolina Nutrition Research Consortium Project Management and Outreach. Funded by South Carolina Research Authority, $156,303; 2004. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). South Carolina Nutrition Research Consortium Project Management and Outreach. Funded by South Carolina Research Authority, $63,572; 2004.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Phase 2, Multi-Center, Randomized, Blinded, Placebo Controlled, Proof of Concept Study of Combination Therapy for Safety and Efficacy in Subjects with Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc, $123,788; 2004.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Dose-Parallel, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Study of the Safety and Efficacy of Multiple Regimens of the Combination of Zonisamide CR plus Bupropion SR in the Treatment of Subjects with Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Orexigen Therapeutics, $252,873; 2005.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Dose-Parallel, Phase 2, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Multi-Center Study of the Safety and Efficacy and Pharmacokinetics of Multiple Regimens of the Combination of Zonisamide CR plus Bupropion SR in the Treatment of Subjects with Uncomplicated Obesity. Funded by Orexigen Therapeutics, $303,125; 2006.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel-Group, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Three Doses of AVE1625 in Abdominally Obese Patients with Atherogenic Dyslipidemia. Funded by sanofi-aventis US, Inc., $99,300; 2006.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 104Week, Double-blind, Randomized, Placebo-controlled, Parallel-group Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Lorcaserin Hydrochloride in Obese Patients. Funded by Icon Clinical Research, Inc., $650,251; 2006.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 2Year (1-Year Weight Loss Followed by 1-Year Prevention of Weight Regain) to Assess the Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of L000899055 in Obese Patients. Funded by Merck & Co., Inc, $523,666; 2005-2009<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 2-Year (1-Year Weight Loss Followed by 1-Year Prevention of Weight Regain) to Assess the Safety, Tolerability and Efficacy of L00899055 in Obese Patients (Addendum). Funded by Merck, $125,622; 2005-2009<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Arm, Multiple-Dose Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of BMS646256 (SLV319) in Obese and High Risk Overweight Subjects. Funded by Bristol Myers Squibb, $671,215; 2007-2009<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Arm, Multiple-Dose Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of BMS646256 (SLV319) in Obese and High Risk Overweight Subjects (Addendum). Funded by Bristol Myers Squibb, $307,224; 2007-2009<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Multi-Center, Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled Study Comparing the Safety and Efficacy of Naltrexone Sustained Release (SR)/Bupropion Sustained Release (SR) and Placebo in Subjects with Obesity Participating in a Behavior Modification Program. Funded by Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc., $1,210,171; 2007-2009<br />Active support:<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 52-Week, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Lorcaserin Hydrochloride in Overweight and Obese Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Managed with Oral Hypoglycemic Agent(s) BLOOM-DM: Behavioral Modification and Lorcaserin for Overweight and Obesity Management in Diabetes Mellitus. Funded by Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc., $147,753; 2007-Present. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Troop Recruitment Improvement Program (TRIM)-Supplement. Funded by South Carolina Research Authority, $109,793; 2008-Present. <br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A 52-Week, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Lorcaserin Hydydrochloride in Overweight and Obese Patients. Funded by Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc., $328,121; 2008-Present.<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). A Pilot Study to Evaluate a Revised Method of Assessing Food in a Commercial Weight Management Program Format. Funded by Weight Watchers International, $500,000; 2008-Present. <br />As Co-Investigator:<br />Past:<br />Malcolm R (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-investigator). A Double-Blind Controlled Study of Naltrexone in Obese Patients. Funded by E.I. DuPont, Inc, $48,300; 1983. <br />Ballenger JC (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-investigator). Fluoxetine vs. Placebo in Bulimia: Parallel/Blind (B1YMCHCDN, IND 12274). Funded by Lilly Research Laboratories, $220,835; 1986–1987. <br />Ballenger JC (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-investigator). Fluoxetine vs. Placebo I: Intermittent Dosing in Obese Patients (Protocol B1YMCHCEJ, IND 12274). Funded by Lilly <br />Research Laboratories, $231,335; 1988–1989. <br />Ballenger JC (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-investigator). Lovan: Effect on Weight Maintenance after Very Low Calorie Diets (protocol B1YMCHCGA, IND 12274). Funded by Lilly Research Laboratories, $178,478; 1991-1993. Supplemental funding of $48,352 approved 1993.<br />Donovan JL (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-investigator). Green Tea and Weight Loss in Obese Individuals. South Carolina Nutrition Research Consortium, $20,000; 2006-2009.<br />Active:<br />Malcolm R (Principal Investigator). (O’Neil PM, Co-Investigator). Study of Treatment of Binge Eating Patterns with CPP-109. Funded by Catalyst Pharmaceutical Partners, Inc, $356,368; 2008-Present.<br />Intramural Grants/amount of award:<br />O’Neil PM (Principal Investigator). Obesity Typology and Treatment Outcome. Funded by Medical University of South Carolina Institutional Grant for Biomedical Research, $7,644; July 1, 1982—June 30, 1983. Supplemental funding of $1,500 awarded. <br />Awards, Honors, Membership in Honorary Societies:<br />1970Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology<br />1973Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society<br />1973Final oral examination for the M.S., passed with distinction<br />1973Clinical written preliminary examination for the Ph.D., passed with distinction<br />2002Best Research Mentor Award, Psychology Internship Program, MUSC <br />Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences<br />Academic Committee Activities (past 5 years):<br />University<br />College<br />Department<br />Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina<br />Psychology Education Committee, 1992–Present<br />Department Management Committee, 2004–Present<br />Division<br />Major Teaching Responsibilities (Current):<br />Undergraduate Medical Education<br />Course coordinator, Obesity Day (second-year medical students) 2007–2010<br />Graduate Medical Education<br />Graduate Studies Education<br />Continuing Medical Education<br />CME lectures on obesity and its management<br />Clinical psychology predoctoral internship:<br />Member, Psychology Education Committee<br />Research preceptor<br />Presentation of seminars to psychology interns on eating disorders <br />Supervision of psychology interns and other trainees in Weight Management Center<br />Major Clinical Interests and Responsibilities:<br />Obesity and weight loss<br />Lectures and Presentations: <br />Invited lectures and presentations<br />O’Neil PM. Update on obesity. Paper presented at the 2005 Preferred Blue Physician Conference, Isle of Palms, SC, June 2005.<br />O’Neil PM. Who is the extremely obese patient? Paper presented at the EMBRACE™ scientific roundtable, Atlanta, GA, December 2006.<br />O’Neil PM. Weighing the evidence on current and future obesity treatments. Paper presented at the 2007 Update in Psychiatry, Charleston, SC, June 2007.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss supplements. Paper presented at the South Carolina Chapter Scientific meeting, Charleston, SC, October 2007.<br />O’Neil PM. An update on weight loss interventions. Paper presented at The New Drug Update, Charleston, SC, May 2008.<br />O’Neil PM. An update on weight loss interventions. Paper presented at the Great Lakes Metabolic Syndrome Symposium, Detriot, MI, May 2008.<br />O’Neil PM. An update on weight loss interventions. Paper presented at the South Atlantic Metabolic Syndrome Symposium, Atlanta, GA, June 2008.<br />O’Neil PM. Update on the management of obesity. Paper presented at the 2008 Physician Conference for Preferred Blue, Isle of Palms, SC, June 2008.<br />O’Neil PM. Behavior modification in the treatment of obesity. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference on Obesity: New Frontiers in Metabolic Wellness, Orlando, FL, September 2008.<br />Submitted presentations <br />Lundgren JD, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R, Binks M. Metabolic syndrome and weight loss. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2005.<br />Ames G, O’Neil PM, Roitzsch J, White M, Byrne T. Weight goals of gastric bypass applicants. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2005.<br />O’Neil PM. Obesity in children and adolescents. Poster presented at Frontiers in Pediatrics CME conference, Charleston, SC, December 2005.<br />O’Neil PM. Obesity treatment and prevention. Poster presented at the Fourth Annual Diabetes/CVH Winter Symposium, Myrtle Beach, SC, March 2006.<br />Greenway F, Anderson J, Atkinson R, Fujioka K, Gadde KM, Gupta A, O’Neil PM, Schumacher D, Smith D, Whitehouse MF, Cruickshank S, Guttadauria M, Cowley MA. Bupropion and zonisamide for the treatment of obesity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br />Erondu J, Wadden T, Gantz I, Musser B, Nguyen AM, Bays H, Bray G, O’Neil PM, Basdevant A, Kaufman K, Heysmfield S, Amatruda J. Effect of NPY5R antagonist MK-0557 on weight regain after VLCD-induced weight loss. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br />White M, Martin C, O’Neil PM, Tollefson G, Greenway F. The relationship between specific food cravings and food consumption in a laboratory taste test. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br /> Lundgren JD, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R, Binks M. Psychosocial characteristics of weight loss patients with and without metabolic syndrome. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br /> Bodenlos JS, Kose S, Borckardt J, Nahas Z, Shaw D, O’Neil PM, George M. The effects of vagus nerve stimulation on food craving in depressed adults. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br /> Cowley MA, Tollefson G, Gutadauria M, Gadde KM, Bassion S, Whitejouse MJ, Cruickshank S, Fujioka K, O’Neil PM, Anderson J, Gupta A, Smith D, Schumacher D, Atkinson R, Greenway F. Opioid antagonists synergize with bupropion to cause weight loss. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Boston, MA, October 2006.<br />Greenway F, Fujioka K, Anderson J, Raj YP, Gupta A, O’Neil PM, Smith D, Schumacher D, Guttadauria M, Dunayevich E, Cruickshank S, Cowley M, Tollefson G. A double-blind, placebo-, bupropion- and naltrexone monotherapy controlled study of the efficacy and safety of 3 doses of combined naltrexone-bupropion SR therapy in obesity: 24 and 48 week data. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, New Orleans, LA, October 2007.<br />Coletta M, Byrne K, Budak A, Brown J, O’Neil PM. A comparison of the HADS-D and BDI-II as screening tools for depression in patients requesting bariatric surgery. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, New Orleans, LA, October 2007.<br />O’Neil PM, Foster G, Billes SJ, Dunayevich E, Kim DD. Early weight loss with naltrexone SR/bupropion SR combination therapy for obesity predicts log-term weight loss. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, Washington, DC, November 2009.<br />Brown JD, Hendrix E, O’Neil PM. Relation of payment method to completion of a fee-for-service comprehensive weight loss program. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, Washington, DC, November 2009.<br />Boeka AG, Lokken KL, Miller-Kovach K, Cronan GE, O’Neil PM. Relations of hedonic hunger and binge eating among treatment-seeking overweight and obese adults. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, Washington, DC, November 2009.<br />Ambwani S, Boeka AG, Brown JD, Byrne TK, Budak AR, Sarwer DB, Fabricatore AN, Eisenberg MH, O’Neil PM. Correlates of socially desirable responding among bariatric surgery candidates. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Obesity Society, Washington, DC, November 2009.<br />O’Neil PM, Boeka A, Cronan G, Miller-Kovach K. Changes in weight-related behaviors and hedonic hunger with participation in a 12-week weight loss trial using a commercial format. Presented at the annual meeting of The Society of Behavioral Medicine, Seattle, WA, April 2010. <br />Extramural Professional Activities: <br />Professional service activities:<br />1997–1998Ad Hoc Member, NIH Behavioral Medicine Study Section<br />2001Chair, NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, SHOW [now LookAHEAD] TrialAncilliary Studies NIDDK<br />2002Member, NIH/NIDDK Working Group on Bariatric Surgery, May 2002<br />2001–2006Member, Committee on Military Nutrition Research, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine<br />NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, RFA–OB–03–003 "Maintenance of Long Term Behavioral Change”<br />2003Chair, NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, RFA–DK–03–006, “Bariatric Surgery Clinical Research Consortium”<br />2004NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, RFA–DK–03–022, “Ancillary Studies to Obesity-Related Clinical Trials”<br />2004–2008NIH/NIDDK Data and Safety Monitoring Board, Program to Reduce Incontinence by Diet and Exercise (PRIDE)<br />2004–2005Chair, NIH/NIDDK Protocol Review Committee, Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS) Trial<br />2005Chair, NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, RFA–DK–03–022, “Ancillary Studies to Obesity-Related Clinical Trials”<br />2005–PresentChair, NIH/NIDDK Data and Safety Monitoring Board, Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS) Trial<br />2010-Present Member, Data and Safety Monitoring Board, Lifestyle Intervention to Treat Erectile Dysfunction (LITE)<br />2010 Chair, NIH/NIDDK Review Panel, RFA-DK-09-006, “Nutrition Obesity Research Centers”<br />Consultation activities:<br />Invited lectures on behavior modification and obesity. Sandoz Nutrition, Optifast® Academy,<br />1986–1987<br />American Council on Exercise. Job delineation for Lifestyle Counselor certification, 1994<br />Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals. Consultants meeting on dexfenfluramine and obesity treatment, 1996<br />Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals. Visiting Professor, 1996–1997<br />American Council on Exercise. Sole provider for continuing education correspondence series on<br />communication, 1996–1997<br />Hoffmann-La Roche Pharmaceuticals. Xenical Speakers Bureau, 1997<br />Obesity Research Network. Task force on designated clinical trials in obesity. New Orleans,<br />Louisiana, May 12–13, 1997<br />Meniscus Educational Institute. Chronic Obesity: Managing the Disease. Continuing Medical EducationTeleconference Series. Faculty member, 1997<br />Knoll Pharmaceuticals, Speaker’s Bureau, 1998–1999<br />Hoffmann-La Roche Pharmaceuticals, Xenical Behavioral Advisory Panel, 1998<br />Xenical Speakers’ Bureau, 1999–2001<br />GlaxoSmith Kline, Obesity Advisory Board, 1999<br />RW Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Obesity Advisory Board, 2002<br />sanofi-aventis, Cardiometabolic Advisory Council, 2005–2007<br />Bristol-Myers Squibb, Obesity Advisory Board, 2007<br />Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc., Obesity Advisory Board, 2009-present<br />Community Service:<br />Curriculum Committee, South Carolina School of Alcohol and Drug Studies, 1979, 1981<br />Co-organizer, Annual Advanced Workshops for Health-Care Professionals, South Carolina School of Alcohol and Drug Studies, 1978–1981<br />Advisory Committee, Charleston County Substance Abuse Commission, 1981–1984<br />Instructor, Community Education Courses (Weight Control, Alcoholism), Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 1981<br />Author, “Weighing the Choices” weekly column on weight control, Charleston Sunday Post and Courier, 1987–1996<br />Member, South Carolina State Board of Examiners in Psychology, 1991–1996<br />Secretary, 1992–1993<br />Vice-Chair, 1993–1995<br />Chair, 1995–1996<br />Member, Town of Sullivan’s Island Planning and Zoning Commission, 1993–2001<br />Chair, 1999–2001<br />Member, Town of Sullivan’s Island Town Council, 2001–Present<br />Mayor Pro Tem, 2005–2009<br />Publications: <br /> Peer Reviewed Journal Articles: <br />Peed S, Turner S, Forehand R, Gardner H, O'Neil P. The effects of the amount of reinforcement on imitation. Psychological Reports, 1974, 30, 34.<br />O'Neil PM, Calhoun KS. Sensory deficits and behavioral deterioration in senescence. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1975, 84, 579–582.<br />O'Neil PM, Roitzsch JC. Assertiveness training for alcohol abusers: Rationale and application. British Journal of Alcohol and Alcoholism, 1977, 12, 107–113.<br />Beiman I, O'Neil PM, Wachtel D, Fruge E, Johnson S, Feuerstein M. Validation of a self-report/behavioral subject selection procedure for analogue fear research. Behavior Therapy, 1978, 9, 169–177.<br />O'Neil PM, Currey HS, Hirsch AA, Riddle FE, Taylor CI, Malcolm RJ, Sexauer JD. Effects of sex of subject and spouse involvement on weight loss in a behavioral treatment program: A retrospective investigation. Addictive Behaviors, 1979, 4, 167–177. (Also selected for abstraction in Obesity & Bariatric Medicine, 1979, 8, 171.)<br />O'Neil PM, White JL, King CR Jr, Carek DJ. Controlling childhood rumination through differential reinforcement of other behavior. Behavior Modification, 1979, 3, 355–372.<br />Malcolm R, Robson JRK, Vanderveen TW, O'Neil PM. Psychosocial aspects of total parenteral nutrition. Psychosomatics, 1980, 21, 115125.<br />O'Neil PM, Sutker PB, Kilpatrick DG, Keeler MH. Programmed self-instruction on alcoholism for medical students: A controlled evaluation. Journal of Psychiatric Education, 1980, 4, 201212.<br />Sutker PB, O'Neil PM. Evaluation of a drug abuse educational course for law enforcement and treatment specialists. International Journal of the Addictions, 1980, 15, 125135.<br />Malcolm R, O'Neil PM, Hirsch AA, Currey HS, Moskowitz G. Taste hedonics and thresholds in obesity. International Journal of Obesity, 1980, 4, 203212.<br />Paine PM, O'Neil PM, Malcolm R, Sexauer JD, Currey HS. Experienced control and participation in treatment of obesity. Psychological Reports, 1980, 47, 11271134.<br />O'Neil PM, Currey HS, Hirsch AA, Malcolm RJ, Sexauer JD, Riddle FE, Taylor CI. Development and validation of the Eating Behavior Inventory. Journal of Behavioral Assessment, 1979, 1, 123132. (Also selected for abstraction in Obesity & Bariatric Medicine, 1981, 10, 111.)<br />O'Neil PM, Paine PM, Riddle FE, Currey HS, Malcolm R, Sexauer JD. Restraint and age at onset of obesity. Addictive Behaviors, 1981, 6, 135138, (also selected for abstraction in International Journal of Obesity, 1981, 7, 179.)<br />O'Neil PM, Currey HS, Malcolm R, Francis WB, Riddle FE, Sexauer JD. Calorie counting by obese and non-obese subjects. Obesity and Bariatric Medicine, 1982, 11, 1820.<br />O'Neil PM, Roitzsch JC, Giacinto JP, Miller WC. Disulfiram acceptors and refusers: Do they differ? Addictive Behaviors, 1982, 7, 207209.<br />O'Neil PM, Roitzsch JC, Giacinto JP, Miller WC. Temporal stability of the Experienced Control Scale within an alcoholic male population. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1982, 38, 886890.<br />O'Neil PM, Giacinto JG, Waid LR, Roitzsch JC, Miller WC, Kilpatrick DG. Behavioral, psychological, and historical correlates of MacAndrew scale scores among male alcoholics. Journal of Behavioral Assessment, 1983, 5, 261273.<br />Malcolm R, O'Neil PM, Sexauer JD, Riddle FE, Currey HS, Counts C. A controlled trial of naltrexone in obese humans. International Journal of Obesity, 1985, 9, 347353.<br />Malcolm R, O'Neil P, Von J, Dickerson P. Naltrexone and dysphoria: A double-blind placebo controlled trial. Biological Psychiatry, 1987, 22, 710716.<br />Malcolm R, Von J, O'Neil P, Currey H, Sexauer J, Riddle L. Update on the management of obesity. Southern Medical Journal, 1988, 81, 632639.<br />Lydiard RB, Brady KT, O'Neil PM, SchlesierCarter B, Hamilton S, Rogers Q, Ballenger JC. Precursor amino acid concentrations in normal weight bulimics and normal controls. Prog Neuro-Psychopharmacol and Biol Psychiatry, 1988, 12, 893899.<br />SchlesierCarter B, Hamilton SA, O'Neil PM, Lydiard RB, Malcolm R. Depression and bulimia: The link between depression and bulimic cognitions. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1989, 98, 322325.<br />Kay WH, Ballenger JC, Lydiard RB, Stuart GW, Laraia MT, O'Neil PM, Fossey MD, Stevens V, Lesser S, Hsu G. CSF monoamine levels in normal-weight bulimia: Evidence for abnormal noradrenergic activity. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1990, 147, 225229.<br />O'Neil PM. Disturbing threat to academic obfuscation. (Comment). American Psychologist, 1991, 46, 1090.<br />O'Neil PM, Jarrell MP. Psychological aspects of obesity and very low calorie diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1992, 56, 185S189S.<br />Lydiard RB, Morton WA, Emmanuel NP, Zealberg JJ, Laraia MT, Stuart GS, O'Neil PM, Ballenger JC. Preliminary report: Placebo-controlled, double-blind study of the clinical and metabolic effects of desipramine in panic disorder. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 1993, 29, 183188.<br />Brewerton TD, Lydiard RB, Herzog DB, Brotman AW, O'Neil PM, Ballenger JC. Comorbidity of axis I psychiatric disorders in bulimia nervosa. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 1995, 56(2), 7780.<br />Rhodes SK, Shimoda KC, Waid LR, O'Neil PM, Oexmann MJ, Collop NA, Willi SM. Neurocognitive deficits in morbidly obese children with obstructive sleep apnea. Journal of Pediatrics, 1995, 127, 741744.<br />Dansky BS, Brewerton TD, Kilpatrick DG & O’Neil PM. The National Women’s Study: Relationship of victimization and posttraumatic stress disorder to bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1997, 3: 213-28. <br />Rhodes SK, O’Neil PM. Effects of body fat distribution on body size estimation accuracy among obese women. International Journal of Obesity, 1997, 21, 250253.<br />Varnado P, Williamson D, Bentz B, Ryan D, Rhodes SK, O’Neil PM, Sebastian S, Barker S. Prevalence of binge eating disorder in obese adults seeking weight loss treatment. Eating and Weight Disorders, 1998, 2(3), 117124.<br />Stevens J, Plankey MD, Williamson DF, Thun MJ, Rust PF, Palesch Y, O’Neil PM. The body mass index-mortality relationship in white and African American women. Obesity Research, 1998, 6(4), 268277.<br />Anderson JW, PiSunyer FX, Danforth E, Dujovne CA, Greenway F, Hill JO, Lucas CP, O’Neil PM, Smith DK. Clinical trial design for obesity agents: A workshop report. Obesity Research, 1998, 6(4), 311.<br />Pellegrin KL, O’Neil PM, Stellefson EJ, Fossey MD, Ballenger JC, Cochrane CE, Currey HS. Average daily nutrient intake and mood among obese women. Nutrition Research, 1998, 18, 11031112.<br />Smith CF, O’Neil PM, Rhodes SK. Cognitive appraisals of dietary transgressions by obese women: Associations with self-reported eating behavior, depression, and actual weight loss. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 1999, 23, 231237.<br />Hill JO, Hauptman J, Anderson JW, O’Neil PM, Smith DK, Zavoral JH, Aronne LJ. Orlistat, a lipase inhibitor, for weight maintenance after conventional dieting: A 1year study. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1999, 69, 11081116.<br />O’Neil PM, Smith CF, Foster GD, Anderson DA. The perceived relative worth of reaching and maintaining goal weight. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 2000, 24, 10691076.<br />Yanovski JA, Yanovski SZ, Sovik KN, Nguyen TT, O’Neil PM, Sebring NG. A prospective study of holiday weight gain. New England Journal of Medicine, 2000, 342, 861867.<br />Oexmann MJ, Thomas JC, Taylor KB, Garvey WT, O’Neil PM, Lackland DT, Egan BM. Short-term impact of a church-based approach to lifestyle change on cardiovascular risk in African-Americans. Ethnicity and Disease, 2000, 10, 1723.<br />Brewerton TD, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG, Dansky BS. Which comes first in the pathogenisis of bulimia nervosa: Dieting or bingeing? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2000, 28, 259264.<br />O’Neil PM. Assessing dietary intake in the management of obesity. Obesity Research, 2001, 9, 361S–366S.<br />Binks M, O’Neil PM. Referral sources to a weight management program: Relationship to outcome. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2002, 17, 596–603.<br />Martin CK, O’Neil PM, Binks M. An attempt to identify predictors of treatment outcome in two comprehensive weight loss programs. Eating Behaviors, 2002, 3, 239–248.<br />Anderson JW, Greenway F, Fujioka K, Gadde KM, McKinney J, O’Neil PM. Bupropion SR enhances weight loss: A 48week double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Obesity Research, 2002, 10, 633–641.<br />Pawlow L, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R. Night eating syndrome: Effects of brief relaxation training on stress, mood, hunger, and eating patterns. International Journal of Obesity, 2003, 27, 970–978.<br />White MA, O’Neil PM, Kolotkin RL, Byrne TK. Gender, race, and obesity-related quality of life at extreme levels of obesity. Obesity Research, 2004, 12(6), 949955.<br />O’Neil PM, Rieder S. Utility and validity of the Eating Behavior Inventory in clinical obesity research: A review of the literature. Obesity Reviews, 2005, 6, 209–216.<br />O’Neil PM, Brown JD. Weighing the evidence: Benefits of regular weight monitoring for weight control. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2005, 37, 319–322.<br />Pawlow LA, O’Neil PM, White MA, Byrne TK. Findings and outcomes of psychological evaluations of gastric bypass applicants. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 2005, 1, 523–529.<br />Lundgren JD, O’Neil PM, Martin CK, Binks M. Smoking status and weight loss in three weight loss programs. Eating Behaviors, 2006, 7, 61–68.<br />Martin CK, O’Neil PM, Pawlow L. Changes in food cravings during low-calorie and very-low-calorie diets. Obesity, 2006, 14, 115–121. <br />Bodenlos JS, Kose S, Borckardt JJ, Nahas Z, Shaw D, O’Neil PM, George MS. Vagus nerve stimulation acutely alters food craving in adults with depression. Appetite, 2007, 48, 145153.<br />Erondu N, Wadden T, Gantz I, Musser B, Nguyen Am, Bays H, Bray G, O’Neil PM, Basdevant A, Kaufman KD, Heymsfield SB, Amatruda JM. Effect of NPY5R antagonist MK-0557 on weight regain after very-low-calorie diet-induced weight loss. Obesity, 2007, 15(4), 895-905.<br />Borckhardt JJ, Nash MR, Murphy MD, Moore M, Shaw D, O’Neil P. Clinical practice as natural laboratory for psychotherapy research: a guide to case-based time-series analysis. American Psychologist, 2008, 63(2), 77-95.<br />Greenway FL, Whitehouse MJ, Guttadauria M, Anderson JW, Atkinson RL, Fujioka K, Gadde KM, Gupta AK, O’Neil P, Schumacher D, Smith D, Dunayevich E, Tollefson GD, Weber E & Cowley MA. Rational design of a combination medication for the treatment of obesity. Obesity, 2008, 17(1), 130-139.<br />Martin CK, O’Neil PM, Tollefson G, Greenway FL & White MA. The association between food cravings and consumption of specific foods in a laboratory taste test. Appetite, 2008, 51(2), 324-326.<br />Lundgren JD, Malcolm R, Binks M & O’Neil PM. Remission of metabolic syndrome following a 15-week low-calorie lifestyle change program for weight loss. International Journal of Obesity, 2009, 33, 144-150.<br />Published Abstracts:<br />Malcolm R, Paine PM, Neumann K, O’Neil PM. Cognitive and perceptual correlates of age at onset of obesity. Alimentazione Nutrizione Metabolismo, 1980, 1, 311 (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Currey HS, Sexauer JD, Riddle FE, MolonySinnott V. Persistence at three year follow-up of male-female differences in weight loss. Alimentazione Nutrizione Metabolismo, 1980, 1, 333 (Abstract).<br />Riddle FE, Currey HS, Paine PM, O’Neil PM. Effects of a relapse prevention component in a behavioral weight management program. Alimentazione Nutrizione Metabolismo, 1980, 1, 347 (Abstract).<br />Giacinto JP, O’Neil PM, Waid LR, Roitzsch JC. A comparison of early-onset versus late-onset elderly alcoholic males. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1981, 5, 150 (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Waid LR, Miller WC, Giacinto JP. Psychological and behavioral correlates of MacAndrew Scale scores among male alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1981, 5, 163 (Abstract).<br /> Waid LR, Kilpatrick DG, Malatesta V, O’Neil PM. Substance abuse patterns and psychosocial characteristics of young, middle-aged, and elderly alcoholic males. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1981, 5, 171 (Abstract). <br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm R, Shipp D, Von J, Sexauer J, Riddle FE. Cognitive and compliance variables related to outcome in a supplemented fasting program. International Journal of Obesity, 1987, 11, 449A (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Bene CR, Jarrell MP, Fossey MD, Ballenger JC. RMR and eating-related psychological measures. International Journal of Obesity, 1990, 14 (Supplement 2), 38 (Abstract).<br />Fossey MD, Jarrell MP, Bene CR, O'Neil PM, Ballenger JC. Physical and psychological predictors of early weight loss. International Journal of Obesity, 1990, 14 (Supplement 2), 146 (Abstract).<br />Bene CR, Klesges RC, Burks M, O'Neil PM. The impact of weight cycling on energy balance and response to treatment. International Journal of Obesity, 1991, 15 (Supplement 3), 45 (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Pellegrin KL, Jarrell MP, Samo JA, Fossey MD, Ballenger JC, Cochrane CE, Currey HS, Jones CR, Bene CR. Does anxiety affect resting metabolic rate? International Journal of Obesity, 1991, 15 (Supplement 3), 47 (Abstract).<br />Fossey MD, Jarrell MD, Bene CR, O’Neil PM, Ballenger JC. Predictors of early placebo response in women treated for obesity. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1991, 53(2), 225 (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, Brewerton TD. Dieting by U.S. women: Prevalence, practices, and results by weight category. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1993, 15 (Supplement), S39 (Abstract). <br />Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, Brewerton TD, O'Neil PM. The relationship between bulimia and victimization in a national representative sample of women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1993, 15 (Supplement), S67 (Abstract).<br />Dansky BS, O'Neil PM, Brewerton TD, Kilpatrick DG. The nature of the relationship between obesity and victimization in a national sample of U.S. women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1993, 15 (Supplement), S67 (Abstract).<br /> <br />O'Neil PM, Jarrell MP, Hedden CE, Cochrane C, Sexauer J, Brewerton TB. Metabolic correlates of binge eating in obesity. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 1), 14S (Abstract).<br />Pellegrin KL, O'Neil PM, Stellefson EJ, Fossey MD, Jarrell MP, Ballenger JC, Cochrane CE, Currey HS. Nutrient intake and mood among obese women. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 1), 33S (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, Brewerton TD. Methods and results of dieting by U.S. women: Preliminary findings from the national women's study. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 1), 45S (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Fossey MD, Ballenger JC, Currey HS, Cochrane CE, Jones CR, Jarrell MP. Fluoxetine and resting metabolic rate during weight loss treatment. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 1), 50S (Abstract).<br />O'Neil PM, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, Brewerton TD. Effects of patient's degree overweight and race on physician behaviors to encourage weight loss. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 2), 83S (Abstract).<br />Cook VL, O'Neil PM, Hedden CE, Brewerton TD, Cochrane CE. Psychological correlates of binge-eating disorder in obese persons. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 2), 86S (Abstract).<br />Rhodes SK, O'Neil PM, Cook VL, Webster DA, Jarrell MP. Effects of body fat distribution on body image and other psychological variables. Obesity Research, 1993, 1 (Supplement 2), 112S (Abstract).<br />Brewerton TD, Dansky BS, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG. The prevalence of binge eating disorder in U.S. women. CME Syllabus and Proceedings Book: 146th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. San Francisco, CA. May 1993 (Abstract #P86, 104).<br />Dansky BS, Brewerton TD, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG. Rape, PTSD, and bulimia in a sample of United States women. New Research Program and Abstracts: 146th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. San Francisco, CA. May 1993 (Abstract #NR224, 115).<br />Dansky BS, Brewerton TD, Resnick HS, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG. Bulimia nervosa and alcohol abuse in a national sample of women. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 1993 (Abstract).<br />Dansky BS, Brewerton TD, Resnick HS, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG. Individual and family history characteristics for women with bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder: Findings from the National Women’s Study. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy. November 1993, 137 (Abstract).<br />Cochrane CE, Brewerton TD, O’Neil PM, Currey H, Fossey M, Ballenger JC. Alexithymia in obese patients with and without binge eating disorder. Abstracts of the Sixth Annual International Conference on Eating Disorders, 1994 (Abstract #313).<br />O'Neil PM, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, Brewerton TD. Prevalence and correlates of physician behaviors to encourage weight loss. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1994, 16, (Supplement), S72 (Abstract).<br />Rhodes SK, Shimoda KC, Waid LR, O’Neil PM, Oexmann MJ, Willi SM, Collop NA. Cognitive deficits in morbidly obese adolescents with sleep apnea. International Journal of Obesity, 1994, 18(2), 13 (Abstract). <br />Plankey MW, Stevens J, Palesch YY, Rust PF, O’Neil PM, Williamson DF. The impact of education and smoking on the BMI-mortality relationship in white and African American women. Obesity Research, 1995, 3 (Supplement 3), 386s (Abstract).<br />Rhodes SK, Shepherd KI, O’Neil PM, Resnick HS. Fat distribution and sexual trauma in Obese women. Obesity Research, 1995, 3, (Supplement 3), 399S (Abstract).<br />Hackett J, Staten M, Manyak C, Foreyt JP, DiGirolamo M, Hill JO, Lucas CP, O’Neil PM. Predictors of leptin among subjects with relative leptin deficit or excess compared with values predicted from a model. Obesity Research, 1996, 4, (Supplement 1), 35S (Abstract).<br />Amgen 950247 Study Group. Characterization of serum leptin concentrations in the general adult population. Obesity Research, 1996, 4, (Supplement 1), 36S (Abstract).<br />Varner LM, O’Neil PM. Clinical improvement in hypertension following very-low-calorie-diet treatment. Obesity Research, 1996, 4, (Supplement 1), 55S (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Smith CF, Foster GD, Anderson DA. The perceived relative worth of weight loss. Obesity Research, 1997, 5 (Supplement 1), 72S (Abstract).<br /> Rhodes SK, O’Neil PM, Resnick HS. Fat distribution, cortisol and trauma in obese women. Obesity Research, 1997, 5 (Supplement 1), 76S (Abstract).<br />Smith CF, O’Neil PM, Rhodes SK. Relations of cognitive styles to eating behavior, depression, and weight loss. Obesity Research, 1997, 5 (Supplement 1), 80S (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Smith CF, Foster GD, Anderson DA, Wadden TA. Weight loss targets among clinical and community samples. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 1998, 22 (Supplement 3), S285 (Abstract).<br />Womble LG, O’Neil PM, Thompson OM. An examination of the associations among media and weight variables in a community sample. Obesity Research, 1999, 7 (Supplement 1), 42S (Abstract).<br />Yanovski JA, Yanovski SZ, Sovik KN, Nguyen TT, O’Neil PM, Sebring NG. A prospective study of holiday weight gain Obesity Research, 1999, 7, (Supplement 1), 55S (Abstract).<br />Brewerton TD, O’Neil PM, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG. Links between morbid obesity, victimization, PTSD, major depression and bulimia in a national sample of women. Obesity Research, 1999, 7 (Supplement 1), 56S (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Rogers RL, Malcolm R, Shaub RS, Patane JM, McCamish MA. Assessment of behavioral and mood changes among obese persons receiving exogenous leptin. Obesity Research, 1999, 7 (Supplement 1), 92S (Abstract).<br />Festa J, Rogers RL, Neal L, O’Neil PM. Menopausal status, hormone replacement therapy, and weight loss on a very-low-calorie-diet: A retrospective analysis. Obesity Research, 1999, 7 (Supplement 1), 102S (Abstract). <br />Binks M, O’Neil PM. Type of referral to a weight management program: Relationship to outcome. Obesity Research, 2000, 8 (Supplement 1), 49S (Abstract).<br />Foster KY, Lund AJ, O’Neil PM, Pinkston M. Within-meal order and subsequent food consumption. Obesity Research, 2000, 8 (Supplement 1), 62S (Abstract).<br />Anderson JW, Fujjoka K, Gadde K, Greenway F, O’Neil PM. Clinical trial using bupropion SR with a moderate-intensity lifestyle intervention. Obesity Research, 2000, 8 (Supplement 1), 88S (Abstract).<br />Binks M, O’Neil PM, Martin CK. Use of a single item to assess binge eating. Obesity Research, 2001, 9 (Supplement 3), 129S (Abstract).<br />Martin CK, O’Neil PM. An attempt to identify predictors of treatment outcome in two comprehensive weight loss programs. Obesity Research, 2001, 9 (Supplement 3), 193S (Abstract).<br />Rieder S, O’Neil P. Factor structure of the Eating Behavior Inventory. Obesity Research, 2004, 12 (Supplement), A (Abstract).<br />Binks M, O’Neil P, Martin C, Raus A, Malcolm R. Outcomes of a brief individually delivered moderate carbohydrate weight loss program based on proven treatment elements and patient preferences. Obesity Research, 2004, 12 (Supplement), A62 (Abstract).<br />Lundgren J, O’Neil P, Martin C, Binks M. Smoking and weight loss in three weight loss programs. Obesity Research, 2004, 12, (Supplement), A72 (Abstract).<br />Pawlow L, O’Neil P, White M, Byrne T. Rates of psychological contraindication and referral for gastric bypass applicants. Obesity Research, 2004, 12 (Supplement) A86 (Abstract).<br />Pawlow L, O’Neil P, White M, Byrne T. Psychotropic medication use by gastric bypass surgery applicants. Obesity Research, 2004, 12 (Supplement) A87 (Abstract).<br />Lundgren J, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R, Binks M. Metabolic syndrome and weight loss. Obesity, 2005, 13 (Supp) A83 (Abstract).<br />Ames G, O’Neil P, Roitzsch J, White M, Byrne T. Weight goals of gastric bypass applicants. Obesity, 2005, 13 (Supp) A188 (Abstract).<br />Greenway F, Anderson J, Atkinson R, Fujioka K, Gadde KM, Gupta A, O’Neil PM, Schumacher D, Smith D, Whitehouse MJ, Cruickshank S, Guttadauria M, Cowley MA. Bupropion and zonisamide for the treatment of obesity. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A17 (Abstract).<br />Erondu N, Wadden T, Gantz I, Musser B, Nguyen AM, Bays H, Bray G, O’Neil PM, Basdevant A, Kaufman K, Heymsfield S, Amatruda J. Effect of NPY5R antagonist MK-0557 on weight regain after LSCD-induced weight loss. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A18 (Abstract).<br />White M, Martin C, O’Neil PM, Tollefson G, Greenway F. The relationship between specific food cravings and food consumption in a laboratory taste test. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A68 (Abstract).<br />Lundgren J, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R, Binks M. Psychosocial characteristics of weight loss patients with and without metabolic syndrome. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A81 (Abstract).<br />Bodenlos JS, Kose S, Borckardt J, Nahas Z, Shaw D, O’Neil PM, George M. The effects of vagus nerve stimulation on food craving in depressed adults. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A93 (Abstract).<br />Cowley MA, Tollefson G, Guttadauria M, Gadde KM, Bassion S, Whitehouse MJ, Cruickshank S, Fujioka K, O’Neil PM, Anderson J, Gupta A, Smith D, Schumacher D, Atkinson D, Greenway F. Opioid antagonists synergize with bupropion to cause weight loss. Obesity, 2006, 14 (Supp) A129 (Abstract).<br />Greenway F, Fujioka K, Anderson J, Raj YP, Gupta A, O’Neil P, Smith D, Schumacher D, Guttadauria M, Dunayevich E, Cruickshank S, Cowley M, Tollefson G. A double-blind, placebo-, bupropion- and naltrexone monotherapy controlled study of the efficacy and safety of 3 doses of combined naltrexone-bupropion SR therapy in obesity: 24 and 48 week data. Obesity, 2007, 15 (Supp) A45 (Abstract).<br />Coletta M, Byrne K, Budak A, Brown J, O’Neil PM. A comparison of the HADS-D and BDI-II as screening tools for depression in patients requesting bariatric surgery. Obesity, 2007, 15 (Supp) A142 (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Foster G, Billes SJ, Dunayevich E, Kim DD. Early weight loss with naltrexone SR/bupropion SR combination therapy for obesity predicts log-term weight loss. Obesity, 2009, 17 (Supp) S109 (Abstract).<br />Brown JD, Hendrix E, O’Neil PM. Relation of payment method to completion of a fee-for-service comprehensive weight loss program. Obesity, 2009, 17 (Supp) S121 (Abstract).<br />Boeka AG, Lokken KL, Miller-Kovach K, Cronan GE, O’Neil PM. Relations of hedonic hunger and binge eating among treatment-seeking overweight and obese adults. Obesity, 2009, 17 (Supp) S316 (Abstract).<br />Ambwani S, Boeka AG, Brown JD, Byrne TK, Budak AR, Sarwer DB, Fabricatore AN, Eisenberg MH, O’Neil PM. Correlates of socially desirable responding among bariatric surgery candidates. Obesity, 2009, 17 (Supp) S286 (Abstract).<br />O’Neil PM, Boeka A, Cronan G, Miller-Kovach K. Changes in weight-related behaviors and hedonic hunger with participation in a 12-week weight loss trial using a commercial format. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2010, 39 (Supp) S211 (Abstract).<br />Non- Peer Reviewed Journal Articles: <br />O’Neil PM. Review of Nutrition and Behavior, RB Kamarek, Ed., Alan R Liss, Inc. In Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 1984, 14, 8182.<br />O’Neil PM. Questions we have heard too often — and ones we should have heard. Weight Control Digest — Professional Edition, 1991, 1, 6162. <br />O’Neil PM. Great (and not so great) expectations. Weight Control Digest — Professional Edition, 1992, 2, 212213. <br />O’Neil PM. Summary and commentary concerning “Effects of weight cycling on metabolic control in male outpatients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus,” Schott DE, Cohen E, Singh SP, Health Psychology, 1990, 9, 599605. In Diabetes Spectrum, 1992, 5, 226227.<br />O’Neil PM, Pellegrin KP. Review of Improving the Long-Term Management of Obesity, MG Perri, AM Nezu, BJ Viegener (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, 1992. In The Behavior Therapist, 1993, 16.<br />O’Neil PM, Smith CF. Choosing the right weight control program. The Weight Control Digest, 1997, 7, 665.<br />O’Neil PM. Excess weight is now a federal case, and it’s about time (Editorial). The Weight Control Digest, 1998, 8, 747.<br />O’Neil PM, Rogers R. Healthcare providers’ unhealthy attitudes toward obese people. The Weight Control Digest, 1998, 8.<br />O’Neil PM, Womble LG. Weight management and your spouse/partner: For better or worse. The Weight Control Digest 1999; 9: 859, 862–864.<br />O’Neil PM. Review of Handbook of Obesity Treatment, TA Wadden, AJ Stunkard (Eds.), Guilford Press, 2002. In JAMA, 2003, 289(14), 1860-1861.<br />O’Neil PM, Pawlow LA. Review of The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior, J. Ogden, Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing, 2002. In Gastroenterology, 2004, 126, 366.<br />Scholarly Books and Monographs:<br />O’Neil PM. Effects of predictability of shock onset in faradic aversion therapy: Illustration in the treatment of onychophagia. Doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia, 1975.<br />Chapters in Scholarly Books and Monographs:<br />Miller P, O’Neil PM, Malcolm R, Currey HS. Eating disorders. In HE Adams, PB Sutker (Eds.), The Comprehensive Handbook of Psychopathology. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp., 1984.<br />O'Neil PM, Jarrell MP. Psychological aspects of obesity and dieting. In TA Wadden, TB Van Itallie (Eds.), Treatment of the Seriously Obese Patient. New York: Guilford Press, 1992.<br />Brownell KD, O’Neil PM. Obesity. In DH Barlow (Ed.), Clinical Handbook of Psychological Disorders (2nd edition). New York: Guilford Press, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM, Rhodes SK. Module 2: Assessment, screening and goal-setting. In DL Hager, BK Wolfe (Eds.), The Lifestyle Counselor's Guide for Weight Control. Dallas: American Health Publishing Company, 1996.<br />Brewerton TD, Dansky BS, Kilpatrick DG, O’Neil PM. Bulimia nervosa, PTSD and “forgetting:” Results from the National Women’s Study. In LM Williams, VL Banyard (Eds.), Trauma and Memory. Durham: Sage Press, 1997.<br />Stellefson EJ, O’Neil PM. Binge eating. In S St. Jeor (Ed.), Obesity Assessment: Tools, Methods, Interpretations. New York: Chapman and Hall, 1997.<br />Dansky BS, Brewerton TD, O’Neil PM, Kilpatrick DG. The nature and prevalence of binge eating disorder in a national sample of women. In TA Widiger, AJ Frances, HA Pincus, MB First, R Roth, W David (Eds.), DSMIV Sourcebook. Washington: American Psychiatric Association Press, Inc., 1998.<br />Williamson DA, O’Neil PM. Behavioral and psychological correlates of obesity. In G Bray, C Bouchard (Eds.) Handbook of Obesity, 1998.<br />Barker SE, O’Neil PM. Anorexia and bulimia nervosa. In AJ Goreczny, M Hersen (Eds.), Handbook of Pediatric and Adolescent Health Psychology. New York: Allyn & Bacon, 1999.<br />O’Neil PM. The multidisciplinary team in the management of obesity. In DJ Goldstein (Ed.), Management of Eating Disorders and Obesity. Humana Press, 1999.<br />O’Neil PM. The roles of behaviour modification in the management of obesity. In G MedeirosNeto, A Halpern, C Bouchard (Eds.), Progress in Obesity Research: 9. Montrouge, France: John Libbey Eurotext, 2003.<br />O’Neil PM, Martin CK. Management of obesity. In BM Egan, JN Basile, DT Lackland (Eds.), Hypertension Hot Topics. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, 2004.<br />Williamson DA, O’Neil PM. Obesity and quality of life. In G Bray and C Bouchard (Eds.), Handbook of Obesity, Second Edition. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2004<br />O’Neil PM & Rieder S. The multidisciplinary team in the management of obesity. In DJ Goldstein (Ed.) The Management of Eating Disorders and Obesity: 2nd Edition. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 2005.<br />Peer Reviewed Electronic Publications:<br />None<br />Non-Peer Reviewed Electronic Publications:<br />None<br />Other Publications: <br />O'Neil PM, Currey HS. Determined to lose weight? January's the perfect time to start. FirstMate (First Federal Savings and Loan Association Customer/Stockholder Newsletter), January 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight management plans can go back to school. Lean Times, September 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. How to fight temptation. Lean Times, March 1990.<br />"Weighing the Choices" column, Charleston, SC Sunday Post and Courier:<br />O'Neil PM. Limited diet won't help you lose more fat, just water and muscle. August 2, 1987<br />O'Neil PM. Energy: Right amount can give you a boost, too much causes excessive weight gain. August 9, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss: Eat less and burn more. August 16, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM. Reduce eating cues, reduce weight. September 6, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM. All calories are not equal. September 13, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. Are you an apple or a pear? September 20, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. What is metabolism? September 27, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Metabolism: A hot subject. October 4, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Fiber is an important part of diet. October 11, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. Lose excess weight and sleep better. October 18, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Dieters can talk themselves into losing extra pounds. October 25, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Von JM. Weight control affects body image. November 1, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Passive exercise: you get what you put into it. November 8, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss seminar brings out findings on “feeding behavior.” November 15, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Don't let Thanksgiving meal mark end of your diet plan. November 22, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM. The jury has no verdict on many weight questions. November 29, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Exercising assertiveness can help control weight. December 6, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Calories can be cut without sacrificing quality, taste of foods. December 13, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Currey HS. Holiday season needn't be ruined for those on diets. December 20, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Effective weight management requires useful information. December 27, 1987.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Resolve to make weight reduction changes you can live with all year. January 3, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. Keeping a diary of food intake can help when trying to diet. January 10, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Home exercise alternative to obstacles of outdoors. January 17, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. There's no place like home for your own fitness center. January 24, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. When it comes to fat, less is best for American weight managers. January 31, 1988<br />O'Neil PM. Mood swings affect weight. February 7, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Better mood management can lead to better diet management. February 14, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Beware of hidden fats. February 21, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. Fat cells work in mysterious ways. February 28, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Don't let stress ruin your diet. March 6, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Preparing for Bridge Run good way to run off calories. March 13, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. How to gain weight on a diet. March 20, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. You can gain weight on a salad. March 27, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Weight, sex, and marriage are a delicate balance. April 3, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Curious reader asks about losing weight on crash diet. April 10, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Make spouse your ally in weight control battle. April 17, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Reader asks about plateaus. April 24, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. What's the truth about protein? May 1, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Is ‘overfat’ same as ‘overweight?’ May 8, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Society offers slim pickings to its overweight members. May 15, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight and shape: It can be a family affair. May 22, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Goals can help in managing weight. May 29, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Exercise program can survive summer with planning. June 5, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Hanahan RA. Control cholesterol and calories with some healthy food choices. June 12, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Slip-sliding a way to weight gain. June 19, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Studies reveal secrets of maintaining weight loss. June 26, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Fossey MD. Is your medicine cabinet fattening? July 3, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Fossey MD. Weight can be managed even on ‘fattening’ medicines. July 10, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieters can eat at restaurants, with reservations. July 17, 1988<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Don't forget to take plan for weight control on vacation. July 24, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. A brief review of some weight management basics. July 31, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Seminar provides insight on exercise and weight. August 7, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Piper GE. Safe exercise may boost your body's metabolic rate. August 14, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. ‘Glands’ and other medical reasons rarely a cause of weight problems. August 21, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Smith JL. Self-efficacy can give dieters an edge in the long run. August 28, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Malcolm RJ. Will weight control go up in smoke when quitting cigarettes? September 4, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Youmans CA. Understanding food labels can aid weight management. September 11, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Youmans CA. Weight managers should guard against label libel when shopping. September 18, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Do you need fewer calories following a weight loss? September 25, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Is going on a diet self-defeating? October 2, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. TV can be fattening for kids. October 16, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Selby VC. Alternatives to eating can aid in weight control. October 30, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM, Selby VC. Don't let exercise go the way of campaign promises. November 6, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Facts about ‘All-American’ diet help weight manager. November 13, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Thanksgiving weight control takes planning, realism. November 20, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. The low down on liquid diets. November 27, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Are ‘liquid diets’ for you? December 4, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Holiday cooking needn't send weight control up in smoke. December 11, 1988.<br />O'Neil PM. Twelve ways of Christmas weight management. December 18, 1988.<br />O'Neil, PM. A look back and forward on weight management. January 1, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Some info to help pick up pieces of diet. January 8, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Miscellaneous information for weight manager's use. January 15, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Thanks but no thanks for more memories about food intake. January 22, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Keeping an eating diary can aid weight-loss program. January 29, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. You are ‘how’ you eat not ‘what’ you eat. February 5, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight control info to take to heart for Valentine's Day. February 12, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss frauds take money, not pounds. February 19, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Helpful hints offered to avoid weight loss frauds. February 26, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. There's only kernel of truth in popcorn as a diet food. March 12, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM, Samo J. ‘Willpower’ can sidetrack weight control. March 19, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM, Samo J. Don't let diet ‘willpower’ become ‘won't-power.’ March 26, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Info on soup and crackers and other sources of fat. April 2, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Asian berries latest weight loss scam. April 9, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. RDA's can be confusing. April 23, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Food myths can be bad eggs ... and vice-versa. April 30, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Quitting smoking may increase weight, but.... May 7, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM, Samo J. Night-eating syndrome spells trouble. May 14, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Garbage pail menus and meaning of lite. May 21, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. With a high fat diet, you are what you eat. May 28, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Sugar substitutes aren't all ‘sweetness and lite.’ June 4, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Is ‘sucrose polyester’ an edible leisure suit? June 11, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Beer bellies, diet dollars and frozen fat. June 18, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Sense of taste in eating influenced by number of factors. June 25, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Taste may be in the liver as well as the mouth. July 2, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Biology, learning influence taste preferences. July 9, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Clothes reveal real beliefs about weight loss. July 16, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. The high ‘risks’ of weight gain relapses. July 23, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Study shows riskiest situations for dieters. July 30, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Small changes make big weight difference. August 6, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight management plans can go back to school. August 27, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Tofu hot dogs frankly lower in calories and fat. September 3, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Food fantasies hinder weight control. September 10, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Is fast food archenemy of diets and bellwether of weight gain? September 17, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't let HUGO distract your weight loss goals. October 8, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Hold the butter, cheese, bacon, and sausage at the fast food counter. October 15, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss frauds skirt the long arm of the law. October 22, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. DHEC monitors hazardous waists. October 29, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieters need not be what they eat on Turkey Day. November 19, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Extra activities can help shed pounds. November 26, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips to get back on weight control plan. December 3, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. An “ose” by any other name is just as sweet. December 12, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Wise food choices at holiday gatherings keep diet on target. December 17, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Christmas exercise and other tips. December 24, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. 1989's daffiest diet ideas. December 31, 1989.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips for New Year's resolutions about weight control. January 7, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss frauds abound every year. January 14, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Researchers study dieters’ “risky business.” January 22, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieters can be led out of temptation. January 28, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Avoid salad daze over dressings. February 11, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Diet frauds include fax, lies, and videos. February 25, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Diet gimmicks include subliminal and ridiculous. March 11, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Avoid the unkindest cold cuts of all. March 18, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips for staving off cravings. March 25, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Beware of sweet tooth. April 1, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. It takes a lot of gall. April 8, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss benefits offset gallstone risk. April 15, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. If you've found a way to deal with munchies, share your ideas. April 22, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Experts at maintaining a weight loss tell how they keep it off. April 29, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Problem-solving and social support can keep unwanted pounds off. May 6, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Situps can help middle-aged middles. May 13, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. “Thirty-something:” A time of weight gain. May 20, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Readers suggest “munchie crunchers.” May 27, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Contest winner warns “Do not romance food thoughts.” June 3, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Dairy industry has a big fat problem. June 10, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Do not be light-headed about diet food. June 17, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Half a workout is better than none, for weight loss. July 1, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieters can take heart when dining out. July 8, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't let diet get stressed out. July 15, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Stress affects how much you eat. July 22, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Use ‘red-line’ to prevent weight gain. July 29, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Obesity a serious problem for dogs. August 5, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. New food choices not always improvements. August 12, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Frequent flyers can be frequent exercisers. August 19, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Eating during movies can be a fright. August 26, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Test your knowledge of nutrition. September 9, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Ask for a gold scale, not a watch. September 16, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Motherhood means weight gain, but it's normal. September 23, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Diet frauds thrive despite regulators. September 30, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieter's guide to gimmicks and scams. October 7, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Too few weight managers do the right thing. October 14, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Many overweight people see themselves larger than they are. October 21, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Attitude toward body affects weight control. October 28, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Self-efficacy can help dieters succeed. November 4, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Does your stomach really shrink? November 11, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't wind up stuffed on turkey day. November 18, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Do calories in small meals count less? December 2, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Quick weight loss: Here today, gone tomorrow. December 9, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Twelve ways of Christmas weight management. December 16, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips to keep weight control resolutions. December 23, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. 1990 filled with wacky diets. December 30, 1990.<br />O'Neil PM. Why lose weight? January 6, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Supermarket shelves getting lower in fat. January 13, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Black women face more risk of obesity. January 27, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Surprises in store for weight managers. February 10, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Clean your house instead of your plate. February 17, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Avoid fatty breakfast and “Freshman 15.” February 24, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Lost pounds are often found. March 3, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Victims of diet scams “Tea-ed Off.” March 10, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. How to lose only ten pounds. March 17, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Metabolic rate can be high or low. March 24, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight management seldom all or nothing. March 31, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Gonna take a thinner mental journey? April 7, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Pills take weight off your wallet. April 14, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. How dough boy got his physique. April 21, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. McDonald's gives healthy eaters another choice. April 28, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Can a diet reduce both you and your metabolism? May 5, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Give your diet a break. May 12, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Study shows slow eaters lose more weight. May 19, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Leave fat ladies to the opera. May 26, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight control plans can go along on vacations. June 2, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Choose music for dining wisely. June 9, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Exercise can continue in the summer. June 16, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight and marriage are delicate balance. June 23, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Spouse can aid weight loss. June 30, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. How you think you'll do on diets affects how you actually do. July 7, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Is it will power that aids management? July 14, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Listen to food cues: Out of sight equals out of mouth. July 21, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. “Cell” yourself on good food and exercise. July 28, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Alternatives to eating can aid weight control. August 4, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Crash diets do not destroy fat tissue. August 11, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Calorie lowdown on near beers and near ice creams. August 18, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. You can gain weight on a salad. August 25, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight loss plateaus can be frustrating. September 1, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Scales give only an estimate of how fat we are. September 8, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. How to gain weight on a diet. September 15, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Flavored waters may be unclearly caloric. September 22, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Up-to-date fat book tells all. September 29, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips to keep lost pounds lost. October 6, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. “Do I have to exercise to lose weight?” October 13, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Tale of two fitness seekers. October 20, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. To keep up exercise plan, start right. October 27, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Send in your best excuses for not exercising. November 3, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Real men don't eat fat. November 10, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Activities can be food substitutes. November 17, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. “Thanksgiving weight control” no oxymoron. November 24, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Fear of being heavy may lead to just that. December 1, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Dear diary: One cheeseburger with fries. December 8, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Lose weight with these Christmas presents. December 15, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips help manage weight control during holidays. December 22, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. 1991's least excellent weight loss ideas. December 29, 1991.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips to keep weight control resolutions. January 5, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. How to lose those holiday pounds. January 12, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Reader loses weight but feels heavy. January 19, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't limit yourself to visual features. January 26, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Healthy dining out made easier with program. February 2, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Tour South Carolina without leaving home. February 9, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Exercising assertiveness can help control weight. February 16, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Are you an apple or a pear? February 23, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Best weight is individual matter. March 1, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. You can eat out without pigging out. March 8, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Be Irish and prudent at same time. March 15, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Lower-fat candy bars to hit market. March 22, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Cellulite a big ugly problem. March 29, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Dieter bored with unsolicited advice. April 5, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Beware of weight loss sabotage. April 12, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Diet tips aren't hare-brained. April 19, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Control weight with exercise, buttermilk, new breakfast. April 26, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. For weight control, start day with a better breakfast. May 3, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Guides give nutritional information. May 10, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Cravings aren't forever. May 17, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Is Spoleto Italian for fattening? May 31, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. DHEC watches hazardous waists. June 7, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Let's put couch on state flag. June 14, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Summer and exercise can coexist. June 21, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Red or white meat? June 28, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Night-eating syndrome: More than a bedtime snack. July 5, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Please do touch that dial. July 12, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Duck when quacks approach. July 19, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't let scale ruin day. July 26, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Crash diets usually do just that. August 2, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. “Steak and ail” need not go together, August 16, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips help keep scale in its place. August 23, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Fatty french food a fallacy? August 30, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Little weight loss is a good thing. September 6, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Use red line to prevent weight gain. September 13, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Are single-parent households fattening? September 20, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't let diet get stressed out. September 27, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Fiber's a hit with weight managers. October 4, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. It's no coincidence: Sales up for cookies, diet gimmicks. October 11, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Self-efficacy can help dieters succeed. October 18, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Real weight control experts tell all. October 25, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Problem-solving and social support help keep pounds off. November 1, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. US: a nation of snackers. November 8, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Weight manager, know your enemy. November 15, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Stuff the turkey, not yourself. November 22, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Plain facts about weight control. November 29, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Lose weight with Christmas presents. December 6, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Christmas weight control not humbug. December 13, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Drowned ground rounds downs pounds. December 20, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. 1992's worst weight loss ideas. December 27, 1992.<br />O'Neil PM. Tips to keep weight control resolutions. January 3, 1993.<br />O'Neil P.M. Food diary can be educational nuisance. January 10, 1993.<br />O'Neil, PM. Food memory merciful but fattening. January 17, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. “Deja” food all over again. January 24, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Are self-esteem problems “dragon” you down? January 31, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Self-esteem often tied to scale. February 7, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't have a carbohydrate complex. February 14, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't let Hill-Billy find these BTU's! February 21, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. “Ninety percent fat-free” on label may be baloney. February 28, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Reader is discouraged by workouts without loss. March 7, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Be Irish but be prudent. March 14, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Article out of step with facts. March 21, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Don't be nosy about food. March 28, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Exercise for weight control is no April fools joke. April 4, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. How to burn more calories while watching television. April 11, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Exercise program vital to losing unhealthy fat instead of muscle. April 18, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Artist sculpts in chocolate and lard-but is it art? Gnaw. April 25, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Report offers lowdown on reduced-fat products. May 2, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Do calories in small meals count less? May 9, 1993.<br />O'Neil PM. Less weight means more sleep. May 16, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Books may help kids get fit. May 23, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Don't let Spoleto cause culture shock on the scale. May 30, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Heart-choice cookbook good buy, but chromium picolinate isn't. June 6, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. More minutes at the table translates to fewer seconds (from 51991). June 13, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Dads follow mom's lead and go for healthier diet. June 20, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Plan holiday from weight control. June 27, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Chilly economy, hot summer need not doom weight control. July 4, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Reasons for losing weight are personal and important. July 18, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss frauds still abound. July 25, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. “Snackwell's” nips fat—at a price. August 8, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Take a thinner mental journey. August 15, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Readers and their questions count, so please weigh in. August 22, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Another cordial invitation and more questions from dieters. August 29, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Even half-fast walking can help keep weight under control. September 5, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Studies indicate exercise lessens anxiety, improves mood. September 12, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Readers respond: Weight management work in progress. September 19, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Palms connector walk is once-in-lifetime chance. September 26, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Men can eat like NFL players without looking like the fridge. October 3, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Armchair quarterbacks might eat more than the real ones do. October 10, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Canola oil gets slick promo in guise of “healthy” product. October 17, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Modest weight loss can be a major health booster. October 24, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Here's the rest of the story about fat-gobbling cream. October 31, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Consumer hotlines really talk turkey—and butter, too. November 7, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Let the buyer use caution in choosing “low-cal” wares. November 14, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Low score on turkey day test may equal high score on scale. November 21, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Beginning with the turkey, weight-loss books are digested. November 28, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Ivy league celebrities say “rats!” to yo-yo dieting. December 5, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Gift list suggestions help keep scales under control. December 12, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Christmas weight control: Be realistic, plan ahead. December 19, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. 1993 was worst year ever for calorie-cutting ideas. December 26, 1993.<br />O’Neil PM. Tips worth repeating for keeping resolutions. January 2, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Diet gimmicks are thigh-deep; here's help wading through. January 9, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Past hints for taking off pounds still hold true in the new year. January 16, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. More weight management highlights from last year. January 23, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. It isn't too early to prepare for bridge run and walk. January 30, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Negligible reduction of fat can slim wallet considerably. February 6, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Check your blood pressure: It will do your heart good. February 13, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. “Not noncaloric” items might gum up your dieting efforts. February 20, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. “Frustrated in Cottageville” loses salt, fat, but no weight. February 27, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Body size misperceptions can affect weight control efforts. March 6, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Accentuate the positive things when thinking of body image. March 13, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Television fattens children by lowering metabolic rate. March 20, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Black women are more at risk for obesity, its complications. March 27, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. The sniff and lose weight plan: Who nose what gimmick is next? April 3, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Teach your old dog new tricks if it's packing on the pounds. April 10, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. The tortoise and the hare: Two ways to seek fitness. April 17, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Proper exercise program suits the needs of the individual. April 24, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. With new FDA requirements, “label fables” may be history. May 1, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Nutrition terms on food labels may finally mean something, May 8, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. The butter's slipped off your biscuit if you think this picks up your pep. May 15, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. News flash on amazing way to improve your sex life. May 22, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Best way to figure ideal weight is not with a chart or formula. May 29, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight-loss spending figures need a grain or two of salt. June 5, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Red-lined chart helps control sneaky, undetected weight gain. June 12, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Your fat-free diet can cost you if you don't watch too. June 19, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Some fat-free diets are rich in calories, poor in nutrition. June 26, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. To keep exercise routines going in the summer, just add water. July 3, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight-control reading can run from good to bad. July 10, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Pools much better than jugs when it comes to jogging. July 17, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Perils of persistent plateaus keep dieting reader on edge. July 24, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Stuck in weight-loss plateau can be an exasperating time. July 31, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Don't let back-to-school changes cause a failing grade on diet. August 21, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Unrequited gazing at pictures can lead dieters to overeat. August 28, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. If you want real weight loss, drinks aren't your cup of tea. September 11, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. There are simple ways to work more fruits, veggies into diet. September 18, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Don't let an unfriendly scale ruin your dieting program. September 25, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Tips help keep bathroom scale from tyrannizing dieter's life. October 2, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Take test to see if you're really ready to lose weight for good. October 16, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Be wary of soups-in-cups, TV diet deals, turkey dogs. October 23, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Proof of cookbook's worth is found between the covers. November 6, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. ‘Wishful shrinking’ diet scams aren't a 20th-century invention. November 13, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Don't pass the dessert unless you pass this Thanksgiving test. November 20, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Here's some shopping ideas for the serious weight manage. December 4, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Tips can E's weight control during holiday temptations. December 11, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Saturday morning commercials short on veggies, long on sugar. December 18, 1994.<br />O’Neil PM. Trick to weight-loss resolution is to make one you can keep. December 25, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Some terrible weight-loss ideas you may have missed in '94. January 1, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. A look at good bets and bad bets for losing weight, getting healthy. January 8, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Study finds that the obese get more calories from fat than lean. January 22, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Emotional state of health, weight change may be linked. January 29, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Pregnancy need not result in long-term weight problem. February 5, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Fixin's get both praised and panned. February 12, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss not a picnic for everyone. February 19, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Software takes a byte out of excess weight. February 26, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss won't cure everything. March 5, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. How ready are you for a big change? March 12, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. This n'that: Light n'lively, lose n'regain. March 19, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Can't run the bridge? Take a hike. March 26, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. The bridge run, stress, and “killer fat.” April 2, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Upper body fat requires action. April 9, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Government launches weight-control service. April 16, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Is there good food, bad food? There's neither, just food. April 23, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Money's all you lose with gimmicks. April 30, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Chromium unproven as dieting aid. May 7, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Avoid snacks without berating self. May 14, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. “Snacking” has its happy side. May 21, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Exercise key to sustaining weight loss. May 28, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Memories of Metrecal make point. June 4, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. The old four-serving lollipop: Labelers think we're suckers. June 11, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Body test tells where fat's leaving. June 18, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Thigh cream “results” are pure fantasy. June 25, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Exercises really get in your face. July 2, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Obesity can disturb sleep habits. July 9, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Icy treats can knock a diet cold. July 16, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Chill out on summer workouts. July 23, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Diet scam appears in lowcountry. July 30, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Local author develops fat-free treats. August 6, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Pizza not always a lethal food. August 20, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Booklets offer tips on fitness. August 27, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Motivation balances cost, benefit. September 3, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Motivation: Weigh costs and benefits. September 10, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Turns out mom had right idea. September 17, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Sugar intake rises during last 20 years. September 24, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. A closer look at new study on weight. October 1, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Maintaining weight loss is kid stuff. October 6, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Heart attacks, strokes aren't for men only. October 15, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. You need not skimp on shrimp. October 22, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Competition is furious for dietary dollar. October 29, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. They'll sell their soles for weight loss. November 5, 1995..<br />O’Neil PM. Old drugs, old genes, new studies. November 12, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Limits keep holiday meal under control. November 19, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Keeping your BMI tuned up. November 26, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Best weight depends on past weight. December 3, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Resolutions for new year due early. December 10, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Don't let “ho ho” turn into “oh oh.” December 17, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Preserve holiday health. December 24, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. Bad diet ideas filled this year. December 31, 1995.<br />O’Neil PM. How to ease into those resolutions. January 7, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Health, not thinness is what counts. January 14, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Gimmicks for dieters keep coming. January 21, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Beware “snacking bandit.” January 28, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss slip-ups are predictable. February 4, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. “Bad food,” “good food” don't exist. February 11, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Men’s diets may affect testosterone. February 18, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Get a lift from diet fatigue cure. February 25, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Eat to live, and enjoy good food. March 3, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Love of food has potential downfalls. March 10, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Beware a surplus O’calories. March 17, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Internet has weight loss, health pages. March 24, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Red meat often gets bad press. March 31, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Exploring sweetness and light. April 7, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Sweet tooth won’t outvote hungry belly. April 14, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. New books help cooks lower calories. April 21, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. TV ads can make you gain weight. April 28, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Snorers don’t get good sleep. May 5, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Choose long-term, livable changes instead of falling for crash diets. May 12, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Behavior is hard to “figure out.” May 19, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Tips help behavior modification. May 26, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. “Weigh less, live longer” with book. June 2, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss goals can be just that. June 9, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Women help husbands with dieting. June 16, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Weighty case raises judge’s ire. June 23, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Smoker quits, loses pounds. June 23, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Dieters, stay out of “The Zone.” June 30, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Olympic eaters go for gold. July 14, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. “Killer food of month” grows stale. July 21, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Olympics inspires fitness. July 28, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Olympic heat teaches preparation. August 4, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Fiber is not just a passing fad. August 11, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Sea food can be fattening. August 18, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Yo-yo diets don’t seem to do harm. August 25, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Chocolate triggers chemicals. September 1, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Freshman 15 can be reduced to 5. September 8, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Dietician: There’s no magic food. September 15, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Calculate calories by the box. September 22, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Overweight promotes diabetes. September 29, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. NFL diet: Don’t try this at home. October 6, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Weight loss an American obsession. October 13, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. New facts about an old problem. October 27, 1996.<br />O’Neil PM. Columnist signs off after 9 years. November 3, 1996.<br />Rev: 4/2010<br />