An expert explains how patients with obesity face a higher risk of severe illness or mortality from COVID-19.
Weight bias in healthcare is very common. Learn what you can do should you experience it and how to avoid letting negative experiences keep you from finding a provider who understands your needs.
Men and women living with diabetes have a higher risk for sexual dysfunction. But you don’t have to give up the afternoon delight. Learn how you can find your groove again.
f you notice swelling in your feet or legs, you should definitely tell your primary care doctor. Swelling, or edema, can be caused by many things and it’s important to try to understand what is causing it.
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How does how much you drink affect your weight loss efforts? Our expert discusses.
While gaining weight back after bariatric surgery is common, it’s not inevitable. Our experts offer 8 practical tips for maintaining your weight loss.
Results from a new study suggest that weight loss surgery can potentially reverse the risk of heart-related diseases and death in people who struggle with obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
Lipedema isn’t rare, but it’s rarely diagnosed. This condition that causes excessive and painful fat in the legs mostly affects women and is often mistaken for obesity.
Excess weight may be the reason you’re having trouble getting pregnant. Learn why being overweight can prevent ovulation and how losing weight before pregnancy can increase fertility and your odds for a healthy pregnancy.
In response to the obesity epidemic, obesity medicine has emerged to address the many factors that contribute to obesity and help patients meet their goals. Learn more from an obesity medicine specialist.