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Official Twitter account of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
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Neil Floch MD Jan 18
cannot be resolved with and alone. must be recognized & respected as the most successful treatment. Players & celebrities should not be ashamed to have !!! !!!
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The presents Obesity Summit 2019 - spectacular event for everyone involved with obesit
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Jaime Ponce MD Jan 18
Ex-NFL players have a difficult adaption time when they retire and have been used to eat large portions associated with heavy exercise training ...a lot of them become severely obese and need therapy. Comprehensive management, including should be considered!
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Dr.Kakkilaya MD, FACS, FASMBS Jan 21
After most of my patients have only one regret: why didn’t they have it sooner, Let’s get real about the cost of not having surgery.
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WCITD Jan 18
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Betsy Dovec, MD Dec 16
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Zaher Toumi MD Jan 19
(and other issues) ! Beware echo chambers! Use social media to reach out and not only to reach in!
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Zaher Toumi MD Jan 18
"I am 14 year old. My parents regret having me because I am fat." Heartbreaking!
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OAC Jan 19
January is almost over, but doesn't it feel like the holidays were last week? Are you back on track with your health routine? Check this article and learn some of the steps that you can take to get back on track with your nutrition goals!
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ASMBS Jan 20
or poor reporting? The ⁦⁩ fails to mention - The indicated treatment option- in their article on players with ⁩ ⁦⁩ -⁩ N.F.L.’s Obesity Scourge
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Renee Hilton, M.D. Jan 18
No where in the article does mention that is the most effective weight loss option for these men, not to mention the other medical benefits of surgery such as treating HTN, DM, heart disease, and joint pain.
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Neil Floch MD Jan 19
Replying to @GuscottJesse
My heart goes out for you and especially the child’s family. As we can only do our best, try our best. We don’t recall all the successes but rarely forget the failures. They are emotional burdens that we will always carry.
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Vaughan Gething Jan 17
Obesity is the most significant public health challenge in Wales. We want to hear your views on our proposed actions to help people maintain a healthy weight. Find our consultation here: More info here:
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ASMBSCT Jan 13
The “Queen of Mean” is now The “Queen of Lean” appearing only to attendees of ASMBS CT ⁦⁩ Obesity Summit 2019 January 24 and 25 at Foxwoods Sign up at Now! ⁦
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ASMBS Jan 18
The impediment to resolution in this depends not only on recognizing it as a disease but respecting the most successful treatments while ending their stigma -
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John David Scott MD Jan 18
Planning is underway. It’s gonna be a great year!
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International J Obesity Jan 17
Higher energy expenditure is associated w/ lower cognitive restraint, higher dietary disinhibition, and greater susceptibility to hungers cues, supporting the existence of energy-sensing mechanisms influencing human eating behavior.
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Michelle Vicari Jan 17
I think every member surgeon should be a part of this program & offer this level of support & education to their patients. Keeping involved & engaged in the Community has helped me post both physically & emotionally. I highly recommend it.
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