Many studies have shown that weight-loss surgery can improve or even reverse symptoms of type 2 diabetes. A new study led by a Cleveland Clinic physician shows the same surgery can help people with type 1 diabetes.
Losing weight can be the best medicine for your heart, says a new study that found that weight loss helps lessen symptoms of atrial fibrillation, such as a racing, erratic heartbeat. Get more details.
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Can’t seem to lose weight? Don’t look beyond the kitchen. Six unconscious kitchen habits make it easy to gain weight. We show you six easy, healthy changes you can make to ease your weight-loss journey.
In your quest to lose weight and eat better, take a fresh look at your fridge. The foods you stock, and the way you organize and prepare them, can make a big difference in your waistline.
When it comes to weight gain — or even a lack of weight loss — look no further than your kitchen for culprits.
Speaking to 1,500 healthcare experts at today’s Medical Innovation Summit, experts Drs. Roizen and Schauer share startling evidence of the obesity epidemic’s scope, and they challenge healthcare providers to do more.
Your eating habits are only as good as your supply of food. Whether you want to lose weight, maintain a healthy weight or just clean up your diet, stock and arrange your refrigerator for success.