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Woman sitting in a chairA sedentary lifestyle can be to blame for body appearance as well as health. It is not uncommon especially for people who sit for long periods of time to complain of fat in areas that are unattractive. Patients tell Dr. O’Toole that they are dissatisfied with fat in the abdominal area including the love handles and lower back. The outer thighs are also an area many patients find to be problematic. Patients must understand that nothing takes the place of a healthy diet and regular exercise. Liposuction combined with these can give a patients a new and more appealing shape. Dr. O’Toole offers both traditional liposuction as well as Smart Lip0. He recommends the best option individually for each patient based on several factors including patient health history and the number of areas the patient would like to address in one procedure. It is important that after surgery patients are committed to an active lifestyle to maintain the best results. According to KTLA for every two hours of TV watching, researchers found, the risk of Type 2 diabetes increased by 20%, the risk of heart disease increased by 15%, and the risk of death during the follow-up period increased by 13%. The association for this latter risk was especially strong for people watching more than three hours of TV per day.


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