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U.S. Public & Healthcare Professionals Increasingly See Obesity as a Community Problem of Shared Risks BOSTON, Nov.
Study Released as part of Obesity Journal Symposium at Obesity Week(SM) 2014 BOSTON, Nov.
New research adds evidence that distraction techniques may improve weight loss BOSTON, Nov.
Results validate ReShape(TM) Procedure as a potential new treatment option for patients with a BMI of 30-40, for whom surgery is not an option and diet and exercise alone have failed BOSTON
Impacting a Generation of Children, Vi Makes Healthy Lifestyles Even More Rewarding LOS ANGELES, Nov.
Of those, 83% should be considered for pharmacotherapy, 23% could be candidates for bariatric surgery BOSTON, Nov.
Undergoing weight loss surgery could reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in obese patients by up to 80 percent 80 percent, according to new research published in Monday’s edition of the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
For individuals who are severely obese, one option to help them lose weight is to undergo a bariatric procedure. But which one is better? Bypass or banding?
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