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Treatments for obesity work best when the issues that cause the person to overeat are addressed. First of all though, a medical examination should rule out any physical cause for obesity. Treatment for this complex condition may be aimed at helping the person cope with difficult emotions and feelings. Learning how to take care of …

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This Weight Loss Drug May Do More Harm Than Good

Phentermine is a drug used to suppress appetite by changing levels of neurotransmitters. The drug is normally prescribed to those suffer from obesity complications, though it can be used as an anorectic drug. It is normally recommended that a person take phentermine for short periods of time, since long-term use of the drug includes great …

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American Medical Association Endorses Yearly Obesity Education For All Public School Children

The American Medical Association has agreed to support legislation that would require all public school children to receive instruction on obesity at school. The yearly classes would be mandatory for children in grades 1 through 12, and would provide education on the causes, prevention, and consequences of obesity. The policy was adopted on the last …

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Subtle Body Movements Reveal Skewed Perceptions Of Anorexics

Anorexics tend to unconsciously alter their natural body movements when entering doorways due to feeling bigger than they are, a new study reveals. The research, from Utrecht University in the Netherlands, suggests that anorexics don’t just exhibit mental and emotional symptoms, but that the way they physically act in everyday situations can be altered, too. …

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