Posted June 01, 2017
What Will Affect My Tattoo Removal? Although getting “inked” continues to grow in popularity, tattoo removal is just as common. According to Webmd.com, nearly 30 percent of people have tattoos, and among those people, about 25 percent regret getting them. If you are experiencing buyer’s remorse for your tattoo, you may be wondering which types […]
Posted January 04, 2012
They say that the mind is a powerful part of everything that we do. According to a recent article the brain has a lot more to do with our success in dieting then we give it credit for.
Posted December 27, 2011
The beginning of the year predictably has the most number of weight loss ads. The most common resolution is to lose weight for the New Year. But, what about those who have lost the weight and managed to keep weight off? What should their New Year's resolution be? Believe it or not, many of these patients long to have the ability to have the excess skin and from their body. Dr.
Posted November 02, 2011
Patients who are diagnosed with diabetes are sometimes made to feel as though they have done something wrong. It is now becoming known that patients are feeling guilty and responsible for their diabetes diagnosis.
Posted August 15, 2011
Many people are guilty of eating when they are not hungry. This results in consuming unnecessary calories, which leads to weight gain. Often people are distracted and are not conscious about how much they have eaten. Patients who have successfully lost weight and kept it off have generally become disciplined eaters. Dr.
Posted June 28, 2011
Obesity has many risk for health complications. Dr. O’Toole explains to his patients that even after major weight loss there will will be residual health conditions.
Posted May 09, 2011
According to The Los Angeles Times gastric bypass surgery for weight loss is as safe for the elderly as it is for younger patients, researchers said Monday.
Posted May 01, 2011
According to The Los Angeles Times health insurance companies should pay for exercise classes, which would in turn reduce health-care costs, especially among high-risk groups, such as diabetics, says a University of Florida researcher.
Posted April 11, 2011
According to CBS being overweight or obese can cost you more than good health, it’s also hitting your wallet hard.
Posted March 22, 2011
According to KTLA an open bus seat could be harder to find. That is, if the Federal Transit Administration has its way. The agency recently asked to add 25 pounds to passenger weight allowances when factoring safe loads for buses.