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Medical Management of Obesity
Obesity leads to many serious medical problems and premature death but can be reversed. Diet, regular exercise and behavior modifications are effective in select groups but for those with obesity other interventions maybe required. This article will review the medical treatments.
Obesity is a worldwide epidemic, affecting more than 30% of adults. It leads to the development of many chronic diseases. Weight management is the key to prevent these dire consequences. This article will review treatments for obesity.
Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic, affecting more than 30% of adults. More than 30% of children are overweight or obese increasing their likelihood of becoming obese adults. What can be done?
Obesity and Lifestyle
More than 30% of people worldwide suffer from obesity. It increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Those who are obese have a higher rate of death and disease than normal weight individuals. This article discusses the role of lifestyle in the development of obesity.
Causes of Obesity
Obesity is one of the top social concerns of our day. It is associated with an increased risk of chronic medical problems such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. It is a potentially preventable condition. This article will discuss the contributors to obesity.
Prevalence of Obesity
Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic. It is predicted that 50% of the world’s population will be overweight or obese by 2030. The concern about obesity is not the condition but the consequences. Read this article to learn more.
What is Obesity?
The prevalence of obesity has risen sharply in the past decades and now has reached epidemic proportions. Obesity has become one of the top social concerns of our day. But what is obesity and why is it a problem? This article will explain.
After Hysterectomy Care
Once the surgery is over, what should you expect? This is one aspect of surgery that is not often discussed. It is important so you can maximize recovery and minimize any risks to your health. This article describes what to expect.
Decision to have a Hysterectomy
You have made the decision to have a hysterectomy, but the work is not over. There are more decisions to be made. You should ask questions, understand and explore your options. Prepare yourself to make the wisest choice. This article reviews some points to consider.
Complications of Hysterectomy
Hysterectomy, one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in women, can be performed safely with minimum disruption to a woman’s life. Nothing in life is risk free and with surgery there is always a risk of complications. The risks of this procedure will be reviewed in this article.
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