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The Medical Minute: Lifestyle Determines Success After Surgical Weight Loss

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With many people staring down New Year’s resolutions related to losing weight, some may be wondering if surgical weight loss is right for them.

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New Year's Resolution to Lose Weight? How Far Is Too Far?

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Are You Metabolically Flexible? Your New Year’s Resolutions May Depend on It

CU Boulder researchers have developed a new, non-invasive method for assessing mitochondrial function and a 'metabolic rehab' program to improve it

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Achieve 2018 Resolutions with Big Changes, Not Baby Steps, Expert Says

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4 Ways to Troubleshoot Weight Loss, According to a Physician

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The question is a logical one. New fad diets and exercise plans make big promises, but progress is never as easy as the hype suggests.

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Why the Y? Older Adults Need Support for Healthy Weight Loss in 2018

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Researchers at Wake Forest University say adults 60+ whose New Year’s resolution is to lose weight succeed with an inexpensive and accessible solution: classes at community fitness centers such as the YMCA.

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Considering a New Year’s Resolution for 2018? Baylor University Experts Can Help

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As 2018 approaches, many Americans are considering ways to improve themselves via New Year’s resolutions. Whether it’s personal, like losing weight or clearing clutter, or it’s professional, such as being a better manager or breaking away from smartphones, the options are wide-ranging. Here is a listing of Baylor University research that might help advise those seeking positive change in the coming year.

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New Year’s Resolution for Older Adults: Lose Weight the Right Way

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If shedding some of those extra pounds is your goal for the new year, are you sure you’re losing the right kind of weight? Health and exercise science professor Kristen Beavers of Wake Forest University has a challenge for older adults resolving to drop some pounds in 2018: Focus on the fat – don’t shed muscle and bone, too.

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Penn Researchers Link Binge Eating and Weight-Loss Challenges

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Someone who binge eats consumes an objectively large amount of food while feeling a loss of control over eating. When episodes occur weekly for several months, the action moves into the realm of binge-eating disorder. So how does this type of eating affect people with Type 2 diabetes and obesity who are actively working to lose weight?

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McMaster Researchers Find Genes May ‘Snowball’ Obesity

The researchers looked at 37 genes that are well established as modulating the body mass in 75,230 adults with European ancestry and found the nine with the snowball effect.







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