New Weight-Loss Medicines: Effective in Treating Obesity?

August 21, 2022

Tirzepatide is one such drug that has recently gained attention. In the experiment, participants who were obese lost more than 20% of their body weight—on average, 52 pounds per person—according to research published in June in The New England Journal of Medicine. Ania Jastreboff, MD, Ph.D., a Yale Management adult, a pediatric endocrinologist, and a nationally renowned authority on obesity medicine, says of the results: “These results represent a significant…

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Obesity In Adolescents

Although most complications of obesity in adulthood occur (obesity), have obese adolescents rather high blood pressure than their peers. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (diabetes mellitus (DM): Type 2) occurs in young people due to insulin resistance associated with obesity, with increased frequency. Because of the social stigma of obesity many overweight adolescents have a poor self-image and become less active and increasingly socially isolated. One of the most common reasons…

September 3, 2018
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