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Weight Loss Surgery Benefit: Joint Replacement Issues

Weight Loss Surgery Patients See Improvement in Joint Replacement Issues A recent study shows

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Type II Diabetes Treatment: Bariatric (Weight Loss) Surgery

Growing Evidence Shows Weight Loss Surgery May Be Considered Valuable Treatment for Type II

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New Research Shows that Bariatric Surgery Has Low Complication Rates

The new study suggests that weight loss surgeries such as gastric bypass surgery are

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Instances of Hypoglycemia Common After Bariatric Surgery

A controlled study of 45 patients found that patients uncovered that hypoglycemic episodes seemed

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Improved Urinary Incontinence 3 Years After Bariatric Surgery

Urinary incontinence is a common problem for women that are considered to be obese.

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Prescriptions and Weight Loss Surgery Satisfies Better than Lifestyle Changes

A study presented on June 21, 2014 at the 16th International Congress of Endocrinology

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Food Capsules May Be Savior for Obesity Crisis

New research is currently suggesting that one method for combating the obesity crisis is

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Weight Loss Surgery More Successful Than Conventional Type II Diabetes Treatment Options

According to a new study, diabetic patients who had any type of bariatric surgery

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New Study Claims Bariatric Surgery Can Rewire Brain

According to this new study by University of Missouri-Kansas City, people who go under

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Study Says Bariatric Surgery Procedures Continue to Rise in Canada

According to a new Canada Institute for Health Information (CIHI) study, weight loss surgery

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