3rd Aug, 2015
http://www.bcbs.com/blueresources/tec/vols/27/27_02.pdf. While the progress has been slower than many people expected, the undeniable clinical results of weight-loss surgery in the treatment of diabetes and obesity continues to lead to improvements in coverage for the procedures around the country. Kent C. Sasse, M.D., MPH, FACS, FACRS Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Nevada School of Medicine Minimally Invasive Solutions]]>
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18th Aug, 2014
Low BMI and the Path to Better Health Defining “overweight” and “obesity” can be, and is, fiercely debated, but the powers-that-be tend to rely on body mass index or BMI to describe normal and excessive weight patterns. A BMI of 18 to 25 is normal weight, meaning normal risks for diabetes and other obesity-related health problems. When talking about treatments for over weight and obesity,…
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