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Innovative Treatment Quashes Hunger, Helps Weight Loss

(BPT) – More than one in three Americans – roughly 100 million people – are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Like so many of these individuals, Cheryl Denby struggled for years with countless diets that left her hungry, frustrated, and deeply discouraged when they failed. That changed in late 2015 […]

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Tackling Heart Health Head On: One Woman’s Journey to Coronary Artery Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

(BPT) – In 90-degree heat and with her heart pounding, Shawna Dukes was in her happy place as she sprinted up and down stadium stairs during the annual University of Texas women’s football training clinic. With determination in her stride, the physically fit, 58-year-old Texas native looked like she could take on anything. However, just […]

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5 things you must know about this groundbreaking treatment for servicemen and women

(BPT) – When the nation’s servicemen and women serve a tour of duty overseas, many don’t return home the same. Nearly 60 percent of servicemen and 50 percent of servicewomen experience at least one traumatic event during their service, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. These events have the potential to cause life-long complications. […]

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First pharmacological guideline for obesity treatment provides clinical roadmap for anti-obesity drug treatment

The first-ever clinical practice guideline for the drug treatment of obesity offers a new tool for health practitioners looking to the latest pharmacotherapy strategies as a means of treating patients with obesity. The release comes on the heels of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of four new anti-obesity drugs in the past two […]

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Dynamic Pattern Hair Loss Discovery. Treatment And Recovery Through Scalp Hygiene ” Healthy Scalps Grow Healthy Hair”

Hair loss affects approximately 50 million men and women in the United States, but few people understand how and why they are losing their hair. Although genetic dispositions contribute, it’s primarily the lack of epidermal health that suppresses normal hair and skin production. Through out Karen’s 25 year career, clients complained of itchy scalp conditions […]

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Treat Depression And Live Healthy

Depression also called as “The Common Cold of Mental Health” is a mental health disorder that affects your body, mood, and thoughts. It even affects your everyday routine like the way you eat, the way you sleep, the way you think, and the way you feel about yourself. The people who’s suffering from depression may […]

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Telephone call is effective support when breast cancer treatment includes weight loss

A series of simple telephone calls can make a profound difference in helping women to meet their treatment goals for breast cancer, according to a randomized trial of women who are also obese, published online today in Journal of Clinical Oncology by Dr. Pamela Goodwin of Mount Sinai Hospital and the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute. Women […]

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New form of treatment to reduce risk of surgery-related ischemic brain injury?

Ischemic brain injury due to heart and vascular surgery cause more than 100,000 deaths annually in Europe and the United States. In addition, approximately 10-20% of patients undergoing heart and vascular surgery — at least 1.5 million people in Europe and the United States every year — suffer from ischemic brain injury as a side-effect […]

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Risk of weight gain deters some smokers from seeking treatment to quit

Smokers may avoid treatment to quit smoking if they previously gained weight while trying to quit, according to researchers at Penn State College of Medicine. Weight gain is a predictable occurrence for smokers who have recently quit. Within the first year after quitting, they gain an average of eight to 14 pounds, and some smokers […]

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Novel approach to accelerate metabolism could lead to new obesity treatment

By manipulating a biochemical process that underlies cells’ energy-burning abilities, investigators at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have made a novel discovery that could lead to a new therapy to combat obesity and diabetes. Published in the April 10 issue of the journal Nature, the new findings show that reducing the amount of nicotinamide […]

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