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Gastric bypass surgery helps you lose weight by making you feel full with less food. It can drastically reduce the body weight of obese individuals in a short timeframe. Now it appears the surgery has an even deeper, more far-reaching effect. It produces genetic changes in fat metabolism and paves the way for more weight loss.
Yoga has gained such momentum in the U.S. in recent years, that it’s hard not to pass a yoga studio on your daily commute or read of some new research study touting the health benefits of the 5,000-year old practice.
The search for the sources of the rising tide of obesity continues. Could cooking shows, with their telegenic celebrity chefs, perfect produce, and amazing kitchens be partly to blame? Or are they just symptoms of a preoccupation with food and cooking?
Researchers have calculated how many years exercise may add to your lifespan, which makes the effect of being active a little less murky and makes the importance of becoming more active that much clearer.
Doctors are on the front lines of medical cost containment. So the recent finding that younger, less experienced doctors “cost” us more money than older, more experienced ones may offer some clues to what it takes to cut medical expenses.
Want to lose weight and reduce your chance of diabetes? Go to bed a little earlier and get a full night’s sleep.
Tomatoes are the most widely-consumed fruits and vegetables around. They are also our most significant source of the phytochemical, lycopene. A new study suggests that this most frequently consumed, non-starchy red fruit – or vegetable – and products made from it could help to lower the risk of stroke.