WIN

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WINWindows (Microsoft)
WINWinona (Amtrak station code; Winona, MN)
WINWinchester
WINWorld of Industry (trade show)
WINWeight-control Information Network (NIDDK)
WINWomen's Information Network
WINWhat I Need (R. King & Associates)
WINWomen in Insurance (conference)
WINWarfighter Information Network
WINWhat's Important Now
WINWhip Inflation Now
WINWireless Information Network
WINWindows
WINWomen in Nigeria
WINWireless Intelligent Network
WINWelfare Information Network
WINWork Incentive Program (US)
WINWater Infrastructure Network
WINWeblogs, Inc. Network (blogs)
WINWomen in Need, Inc. (homeless assistance; est. 1983)
WINWireless Information Networks
WINWisconsin Innovation Network
WINWorld Information Network (for Exports; Canada)
WINWestern Identification Network
WINWatershed Information Network
WINWorldwide Information Network
WINWarrant Information Network (US DoJ)
WINWater Information Network
WINWorld Indigenous Nations
WINWildlife Identification Number
WINWWMCCS Intercomputer Network
WINWorld Investigators Network
WINWaste Information Network
WINWool Industry Network (New Zealand)
WINWorld Insurance Network
WINWireless In-building Network
WINWash Identify Notify (exposure to bloodborne pathogen response)
WINWorldwide Incentive Network LLC (St. Louis, MO)
WINWestplex Information Network (ISP for St. Charles County, Missouri)
WINWinton, Queensland, Australia - Winton (Airport Code)
WINWestern Intertie Network
WINWireless Information Navigator
WINWellness Initiative Now (Texas Department of Criminal Justice employee health program)
WINWashington Interest in Negotiation
WINWorldwide Intelligent Network Routing
WINWants, Interests, & Needs (sales)
WINWinchester Network
WINWorkforce Improvement Network of Virginia
WINWorld Immigrants Network
WINWollongong Integrated Network
WINWorld Interact Network
WINWalmart Information Network (Walmart)
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WIN (Weight-control Information Network), from the National Institute of Health at http://www.win.niddk.nih.gov/, provides quality information needed to make informed and healthy decisions.
According to the Weight-control Information Network, "Overweight and obesity result from energy imbalance.
nih.gov/guidelines/obesity/prctgd_c.pdf The Weight-Control Information Network, a website sponsored by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, is a resource for clinicians and patients that provides information on weight control, nutrition, healthy eating, and physical activity.
Approximately two-thirds of adults over age 20 are over-weight (body mass index between 25 and 29.9) or obese (BMI of 30 or greater), according to the Weight-control Information Network (a service of the National Institutes of Health).
Weight-control Information Network, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, October 2006.
* The Weight-control Information Network offers tips to adults on how to help overweight children: http://win.niddk.nih.gov/publications/over_child.htm OVERSIZING PORTIONS see for yourself how an increase in portion size translates into a jump in calories.
Weight-control Information Network 1 Win Way Bethesda, MD 20892-3665 Phone: (202) 828-1025 or 1-877-946-4627 Fax: (202) 828-1028 Email: win@info.niddk.nih.gov
* Weight-control Information Network: www.niddk.nih.gov/health/nutrit/win.htm -- serves the public by providing information on obesity, weight control, and nutrition.
The Weight-control Information Network (WIN) is a national service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases of the National Institutes of Health, which is the Federal Government's lead agency responsible for biomedical research on nutrition and obestiy.
For more information on healthy eating, see the Nutrition and Your Health: Dietary, Guidelines for Americans booklet that is available from the Weight-control Information Network (WIN).
A fact sheet on VLCDs is available from the Weight-control Information Network (WIN).
The Weight-control Information Network (WIN), described at the end of this booklet, maintains a list of nationwide university-based medical centers.