OWLQOL

AcronymDefinition
OWLQOLObesity and Weight-Loss Quality of Life
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Obesity and weight loss quality of life measure (OWLQOL) developed by Patrick et al.
In our study, the OWLQOL and SF-36 sub-scale (physical function, physical role functioning, general health, vitality, social role functioning, and emotional role functioning) scores of obese individuals showed a statistical significance lower than that of pre-obese individuals.
The physical activity levels and HRQOL of the groups were compared; the IPAQ, OWLQOL, and SF-36 subscale (physical function, physical role functioning, general health, vitality, social role functioning, and emotional role functioning) scores of the individuals in the obese group showed a lower statistical significance (p< 0.05; Table 3).