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Doubts cast over long-term benefit of bariatric surgery Jun 5, 3:36 pm
Washington, June 5 (ANI): A review of more than 30 studies found that diabetic people with moderate obesity lost more weight and had better glucose control over two years if they were treated with bariatric surgery rather than non-surgical alternatives like dieting and medications, a new study suggests.
Washington, March 8 (ANI): A first-in-human study has shown that gastric artery chemical embolization is safe and effective for obesity treatment.
Some types of bariatric surgery may cause bone loss Nov 3, 12:48 pm
Washington, November 3 (ANI): Endocrinologists from Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research have warned that some types of bariatric surgery may cause bone loss, particularly when carried out on young people who have not yet reached their peak bone mass.
Washington, October 29(ANI): Babies born to mothers who lost a substantial amount of weight after bariatric surgery have fewer cardiovascular risk factors than their siblings who were born before the surgery, a new study by researchers at Laval University has found.
Weight loss does not improve fertility in women Oct 19, 10:08 am
Washington, October 19 (ANI): Penn State College of Medicine researchers have found that losing weight does not lead to improved fertility in women, but does improve sexual function.
Bariatric surgery cuts risk of heart disease and stroke Oct 18, 11:53 am
Washington, October 18 (ANI): Researchers have revealed that bariatric surgery-restrictive gastric banding and other types of gastric bypass-can radically reduce risk factors for heart disease and stroke, and within a short period of time, indicates an analysis of the available evidence,
Weight-loss surgery may help prevent risk of diabetes Sep 19, 9:01 am
Washington, September 19 (ANI): In a study, researchers have found that bariatric surgery reduces the long-term risk of developing diabetes by over 80 percent among people with obesity.
Manipulating gut flora could help tackle obesity Aug 27, 9:55 am
London, August 27 (ANI): Researchers including one of Indian origin have claimed that vaccines and antibiotics may someday join caloric restriction or bariatric surgery as a way to regulate weight gain.
Weight-loss surgery brings positive changes in health Aug 19, 11:05 am
Washington, August 19 (ANI): People who undergo bariatric surgery to treat obesity experience an overall improvement in quality of life issues after the operation - from their relationships to medical conditions, a new study has revealed.
London, August 7 (ANI): Obese patients who undergo bariatric surgery are not at an increased risk of broken bones in the first few years after the operation, a new study has found.
Modified weight loss surgery provides Type 2 diabetes reversal Jun 26, 4:48 pm
Washington, June 26 (ANI): An endocrinologist from India has suggested that modified bariatric surgery such as sleeve gastrectomy should be considered at an earlier stage of Type 2 diabetes, rather than as a last resort.
Weight-loss surgery may up risk for alcohol use disorders Jun 19, 11:50 am
Washington, June 19 (ANI): Those who had a common bariatric surgery to lose weight have a significantly higher risk of alcohol use disorders (AUD) two years after surgery, a study by a National Institutes of Health research consortium has found.
Bariatric surgery may help control blood sugar in diabetics May 21, 4:09 pm
London, May 21 (ANI): Scientists have for the first time found that an experimental bariatric surgery can lower blood sugar levels in rats with type 1 diabetes.
Weight-loss surgery may help reverse diabetes Mar 27, 10:37 am
Washington, Mar 27 (ANI): Overweight, diabetic patients who undergo bariatric surgery may achieve considerable improvement or remission of their diabetes, a new study has revealed.
Weight-loss surgery may cut heart attack and stroke risk Jan 4, 2:40 pm
Washington, Jan 4 (ANI): Bariatric surgery reduces long-term incidence of cardiovascular deaths and events like heart attack and stroke among obese people, a new study has revealed.
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