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  • 10 Tips for Healthy Eating Through the Holidays

    Holiday season is sneaking up on us and if you are trying to maintain or lose weight, this season can evoke mixed feelings. Just how do you ensure all the delicious temptations don’t interfere with your weight-loss plans?

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  • Is it Diabetes? 7 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

    Do you know that about 1 in 4 people suffering from diabetes aren’t even aware they have it? Being a person of weight significantly increases the risk of developing diabetes. If left untreated, the devastating consequences of diabetes include blindness, limb amputations, and kidney failure.

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  • Fall Fitness Tips

    The beginning of fall can be a good time to bring fresh impetus to your fitness routine. It is a well-known fact that you are more likely to stick with your fitness program if it’s fun to do. This fall let’s look at ways to make your journey to attain peak fitness a fun-filled experience.

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  • What is the Recovery Time for Bariatric Surgery?

    Deciding to undergo bariatric surgery can be an important first step in your weight loss journey and can result in the reduction of 70% of your excess body weight within the first 2 years of undergoing the procedure. You may qualify for this life-transforming procedure if you are an individual of weight, have been unsuccessful at losing weight through diet and exercise alone, and have co-morbidities such as severe sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

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  • Will My Hernia Go Away on Its Own?

    A sensation of localized weakness in your abdominal or groin region, or a slight bulge in the same area may be an indication that you have developed a hernia. It is quite a common condition with more than 1 million hernia repairs being performed every year in the US alone.

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