Partner2Lose Study

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New Study Explores if Couples Lose Weight Better Together

A change in routine, or a lack of routine, has caused many people to lose track of their diet and exercise. This, in direct correlation to working from home and the COVID-19 pandemic. 

UW Health: Study Looks to Help with Quarantine 15 Weight Management

Whether people are working from home, essential workers on the frontlines, at home more because they are in a high-risk group, unemployed or caring for relatives, many people are eating more and exercising less since the pandemic began. 

UW Study Looks to Help with Quarantine 15

Could your significant other help you lose the weight you’ve gained during the pandemic? That’s the question a UW School of Medicine and Public Health study is looking to answer. 

Partner2Lose Research Study Seeks Couples to Join Weight Loss Program

Many social and environmental factors contribute to someone’s ability to maintain a healthy diet, including whether they have regular access to healthy food. Adults with low household income are significantly more likely to have excess weight compared to middle- or high-income adults. 

New Study Looks at Couples' Experiences with Pandemic Weigh Gain, Loss

A new study by the UW School of Medicine and Public Health looks to learn more about how couples’ relationships with one another impact healthy habits during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Participants Sought: UW Study Looks to Help with 'Quarantine 15' Weight Management

A study at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health hopes to answer the question – could your significant other help you lose weight you have gained during the COVID-19 quarantine? 

Examining Quarantine Weight Gain

Whether it’s due to lack of access to a gym, increased stress or decreased free time, you may have gained weight during the coronavirus pandemic. UW-Health doctors are researching whether your significant other could help you lose weight. We discuss the study and how to stay healthy during this time. 

UW Study Looks to Help with Quarantine 15 Weight Management

The study is called Partner2Lose and it is actively recruiting participants to test whether involving a person’s significant other in their weight loss helps or hinders the process.