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Chest pain, shortness of breath, uncontrolled bleeding and sudden severe pain are symptoms that send most people to the nearest ER. But some serious illnesses have symptoms that are more likely to be ignored.
Until recently, about 80 percent of patients undergoing bariatric surgery have been women. But that is changing. How each gender views their bodies and obesity.
Whether you view calorie-counting as a math problem, a way to gain or lose weight or a waste of time, the number of calories you consume every day matters. Here's how to make it work for you.
Eating healthy while maintaining a busy schedule might not be as hard as you think. At the end of a long day or intense workout, you don’t want to come home and cook a big meal. One option is crockpot cooking, which enables you to have a...
If you have Type 2 diabetes, the type of bariatric surgery you have can possibly eliminate the disease altogether.
Research has shown a strong link between waistline fat and cardiovascular disease, as well as other chronic conditions. Learn how reducing your belly fat can improve your health.
About 10 percent of the U.S. population has diabetes. Equally scary, 28 percent of Americans with diabetes don’t even know they have it. How you can avoid diabetes.
One day, calories are the enemy. The next day, it’s carbs. No wonder people are confused about the best diet to lose weight. An expert weighs in on what really works.