By Mary Caffrey, The American Journal of Managed Care Surgery to help people lose weight may work by limiting not only how much they can eat, but also whether they want to eat, a new study has found. A reduced desire to overeat may be linked to improved glycemic control that follows bariatric surgery, according…

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The Treat and Reduce Obesity Act (TROA) of 2015 continues to gain momentum with 101 members of the House of Representatives and ten members of the Senate co-sponsoring this important legislation. The Act aims to provide Medicare beneficiaries with additional treatment tools to help individuals address their overweight and obesity. “We are very excited to…

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By: Meaghan Edwards MS, RD/LD Registered Dietitian August is Kid’s Eat Right month for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. With that being said, I felt like it would be a good time to discuss keeping your kids healthy when they are back to school and you feel like you have even less time in…

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