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ECO 2017 Traditional Media Coverage

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Following an excellent European Congress on Obesity 2017 (ECO2017) in Porto Portugal, The European Congress on Obesity is pleased to share a summary of congress media coverage across Europe.

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ECO 2017 Traditional Media Coverage

  1. 1. ECO2017 Media Coverage Porto, Portugal 17 - 20 May 2017
  2. 2. For the first time, a large group of UK national journalists attended the congress, increasing both the volume and quality of news stories compared with previous years. This widespread coverage confirms that although ECO is not “large” in terms of conference size, it is firmly embedded in the conference agenda of mainstream UK media. Media highlights
  3. 3. Fat but fit: Dr Rishi Caleyachetty This story captured the media attention and made for an excellent first day of ECO2017. With coverage on the BBC (World News, radio and TV, and online), the front page of the Guardian, other UK nationals and a blanket of European and international press, this research had us off to a fantastic start. Media highlights
  4. 4. BBC News
  5. 5. The Guardian
  6. 6. Daily Mail
  7. 7. Daily Telegraph
  8. 8. CBS News USA
  9. 9. Medscape
  10. 10. Sedentary time / metabolic effects: Dr Dan Cuthbertson Media highlights
  11. 11. Men’s Health
  12. 12. Daily Telegraph
  13. 13. Nursing Times
  14. 14. London Evening Standard
  15. 15. Spectator
  16. 16. OK Magazine
  17. 17. Eateries are major source of non-core foods for adolescents: Zoi Toumpakari Media highlights
  18. 18. La Repubblica, Italy
  19. 19. WHO Report: João Breda and colleagues There was wide-scale coverage of the WHO report on adolescent health across Portugal as well as in publications across Europe, including the UK Media highlights
  20. 20. The Sun
  21. 21. Daily Mail
  22. 22. Irish Independent
  23. 23. Thursday,18 May 2017 The most popular news story in terms of impact press was coverage of the swallowable gastric balloon (Roberta Ienca and colleagues) Media highlights
  24. 24. The Times
  25. 25. The Guardian
  26. 26. Daily Mail
  27. 27. Daily Telegraph
  28. 28. Diario de Noticias (Portugal)
  29. 29. Irish Examiner
  30. 30. Medscape
  31. 31. Thursday, 18 May, 2017 Sugar-sweetened drinks/taxation: Janas Harrington Media highlights
  32. 32. Irish Independent
  33. 33. Breakingnews.ie (Irish website)
  34. 34. Thursday, 18 May 2017 Using loyalty to football clubs to tackle obesity: Marlene Silva Media highlights
  35. 35. RTP Portugal (TV)
  36. 36. Diario de Noticias
  37. 37. Observador
  38. 38. Visão (News magazine)
  39. 39. Sábado (News magazine)
  40. 40. Record (Sports newspaper)
  41. 41. Friday, 19 May 2017 Vegetarian diet and obesity risk: Maira Bes- Rastrollo This story received lots of coverage, and appeared on the front page of The Times in the UK Media highlights
  42. 42. The Times
  43. 43. The Guardian
  44. 44. Daily Mirror
  45. 45. On Medica
  46. 46. Friday, 19 May 2017 Paternal Vitamin D: Cilia Mejia Lancheros Media highlights
  47. 47. Sky News
  48. 48. Friday,19 May 2017 Mindfulness and obesity: Carolyn Dunn Media highlights
  49. 49. Huffington Post
  50. 50. Medscape
  51. 51. The Guardian
  52. 52. Daily Telegraph
  53. 53. Friday,19 May 2017 Keeping womens' yearly weight gain down: Wendy Brown This story also appeared on ABC News TV in Australia, but it has not been possible to locate the clip Media highlights
  54. 54. Friday,19 May 2017 Childhood obesity and depression: Deborah Gibson-Smith Media highlights
  55. 55. CBS News USA
  56. 56. Daily Mail Online, International
  57. 57. Saturday, 20 May 2017 Obesity among boys and subsequent colon cancer in adulthood: Britt Wang Jensen / Jennifer Baker Media highlights
  58. 58. News.com.au
  59. 59. Sky News Australia
  60. 60. Portuguese health news site
  61. 61. Diario de Noticias, Portugal
  62. 62. Saturday, 20 May 2017 More protein in childhood equals more fat mass later: Trudy Voortman Media highlights
  63. 63. Sydney Morning Herald
  64. 64. Independent
  65. 65. Other topics were featured in news stories on Saturday 20 May, 2017 that were not press released Media highlights
  66. 66. T2P149 - Tableware design as a tool for reducing obesity problem Media highlights
  67. 67. The Guardian
  68. 68. Sky News
  69. 69. The Sun
  70. 70. Jason Halford spoke with reporters about fast food on public transport, which became a feature news story: Media highlights
  71. 71. Daily Telegraph
  72. 72. Daily Mail
  73. 73. Mirror
  74. 74. Journalists also covered the industry symposium on sweeteners: Media highlights
  75. 75. Medscape
  76. 76. Tony Kirby PR Ltd July 2017

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