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ea0073ep49 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2021

Internet searches for diet and obesity in the COVID-19 era: a study in Greece and Lithuania

Zabuliene Lina , Tselebis Athanasios , Ilias Ioannis

IntroductionInternet searches mirror – to a degree – real-life behaviors and are influenced by chronic situations or abrupt events. From 2019 onwards the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed profoundly daily habits, particularly during periods of protracted lockdown and following stay-at-home orders.AimIn this study we aimed to assess Google Trends internet searches for diet and obesity over ...

ea0081ep1175 | Late Breaking | ECE2022

Greece: Study of people’s mobility in parks vis-à-vis internet searches for diet or obesity in the Covid-19 era

Ilias Ioannis , Milionis Charalampos , Tselebis Athanasios , Koukkou Eftychia

Introduction: In the Covid-19 era mass media present people worldwide, including in Greece, to transiently flock to green spaces and parks. A study from the Western United States in 2020, indicated that indeed, park visitation may have increased by 20% compared to baseline (the immediate pre-Covid-19 period). The Google mobility index (GMI) is based on location data/visits - from smartphone users - to various areas; among areas of mobility the GMI can focus specifically on vis...

ea0049ep793 | Female Reproduction | ECE2017

Cynicism and common endocrine diseases in pregnancy

Ilias Ioannis , Linardi Anastasia , Milionis Charalambos , Venaki Evangelia , Tselebis Athanasios , Nikopoulou Stamatina , Koukkou Eftychia

Introduction: Cynicism (or cynical distrust) is described as a state of mind and belief that most people are selfish. Cynicism is an attitude characterized by general distrust of the motives of others, and some experts describe it as a form of chronic anger. Negative emotions, especially cynicism, may be harmful to physical health.Aim: The assessment of cynicism in pregnant women with common endocrine diseases.Subjects – Metho...

ea0041ep461 | Diabetes (to include epidemiology, pathophysiology) | ECE2016

Procrastination and glycemic control of gestational diabetes – preliminary report

Ilias Ioannis , Milionis Charalambos , Linardi Anastasia , Koukkou Eftychia , Tselebis Athanasios , Nikopoulou Stamatina

Introduction: Psychological dimensions of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) are not adequately studied and related research is limited. Procrastination as a personality trait is involved in many aspects of daily life; it has not been studied in relation to GDM.Aim: To assess procrastination in insulin-treated women with GDM.Patients-methods: A total of 15 women (mean age +S.D.: 33+4 years) diagnosed with GDM betwee...