Investigators may have found a novel route to weight loss by controlling the hormone that produces appetite.Click for More Information on Obesity Surgery.
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Type II Diabetes is one of the most dramatic and dangerous problems associated with obesity. Now there is a new device that uses light to provide early diagnosis for this disease. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
Evidence is beginning to mount that gastric bypass surgery does reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.Click for More Information on Obesity Surgery
The journal "Science" reports on the impact of chocolate milkshakes on obese people versus non-obese people.Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
Surgery to constrict the gastrointestinal tract cab be a safe and effective procedure to control type 2 diabetes in those who are morbidly obese. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
The new Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans are the most comprehensive of their kind and are based on the first thorough review of scientific literature.Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
Body Contouring gets rid of the unattractive folds after liposuction, making the patient sleek and “normal”-looking. But it’s a complex, highly invasive procedure that involves considerable discomfort during recuperation. Click here for more information on Obesity Surgery.
Researchers reported in The Journal of the American Medical Association reported that Americans are spending $86 billion a year on treating neck and back pain, probably more than any other ailment. Click for More Information about Obesity Surgery
Human fat can be healthy or sick – healthy in lean people and sick in obese. And a new research effort shows sick fat cells can produce proteins that contribute to type 2 diabetes.
Seven areas to focus on to flank excess weight and, hopefully, lead to big improvements in health. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
The mounting stress in today’s society leads to a vicious descending spiral of ever-increasing weight gain. But the good news is that the spiral is not inevitable and can be reversed and transcended. Click here for more information on Weight Loss.
A few doctors around the United States are beginning to use a new procedure to reduce the size of the stomach, without incisions, in gastric-bypass-surgery patients who have started to regain weight. Click here for more information on Obesity Surgery.