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  • LSG effective, but not permanent T2DM solution

    Source: Bariatric News

    Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) may offer better diabetes control and improved outcomes compared to patients who follow medical care only but the T2DM improvements for surgical patients may not be a permanent solution, according to a comparative study (‘Clinical outcomes of sleeve gastrectomy in veterans with type 2 diabetes’, abstract No. 277) presented at the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ annual meeting in Las Vegas.

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    Read more about this procedure in an article written by Dr Shillingford

    Advances in treatment of morbid obesity sleeve gastrectomy

    Sleeve Gastrectomy

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  • Are hormones causing children s weight gain?

    Source: Science Daily

    The number of children who are obese remains alarmingly high in the U.S. and, unfortunately, diseases associated with obesity are on the rise. Worried about their overweight children, many parents wonder if other diagnoses, such as hypothyroidism, could be the reason behind their child’s weight gain. But according to experts more often than not the underlying issues are more strongly influenced by environmental factors, such as largely sedentary lifestyle or a caloric intake.

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  • Obesity may be impacted by stress, study says

    Source: MedicalXpress

    Using experimental models, researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) showed that adenosine, a metabolite released when the body is under stress or during an inflammatory response, stops the process of adipogenesis, when adipose (fat) stem cells differentiate into adult fat cells.

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  • The obesity paradox : Cardiovascular mortality lowest among overweight patients

    Source: MedicalXpress

    High body mass index (BMI) is associated with multiple cardiovascular diseases. However, emerging data suggest that there is an "obesity paradox," that being overweight may actually protect patients from cardiovascular mortality. Investigators have now confirmed that the risk of total mortality, cardiovascular mortality, and myocardial infarction is highest among underweight patients, while cardiovascular mortality is lowest among overweight patients, according to two reports published today in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

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