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Young People and Cancer Risk

25 Apr
Cancer Cell

We typically think of cancer as an illness affecting older adults, however, the research is showing that many cancers commonly found in older people have increased in prevalence in young adults.  Of the 20 most common cancers in the United States, nine are now reported in young adults. One important reason: Obesity is shifting cancer […]

Details about Diabetes and Weight Loss Surgery

02 Dec
Diabetes

Do you know someone affected by diabetes? With a recent report from the CDC citing that more than 30 million people in the United States now have diabetes (including diagnosed and undiagnosed), chances are you or someone you know has diabetes.  Type 2 diabetes is the most prevalent type, accounting for up to 95 percent […]

A Warning About Sugar & Heart Disease

16 Sep
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Did you know that the average American gets at least 10 percent of their daily calories from added sugars—and 1 in 10 people get as much as 25 percent or more of their calories from added sugar? Added sugars have no benefit to our health and can contribute to weight gain. Even more concerning, eating […]

Six Weight Loss Plateau Strategies

29 Jul
plateau

The dreaded weight loss plateau: Most of us will experience at least one plateau on our weight loss journey. It seems we are doing everything right, but the scale just won’t budge. Our bodies are smart and extremely adaptable – for better and for worse. After every workout, your body not only becomes stronger but […]

Understanding the Liver

24 Jun
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The human liver doesn’t get much attention, but it is a critical organ. Weighing about 3 pounds, the liver is the largest solid organ in the body. It’s located in the right upper abdomen, below the diaphragm. Even though you probably don’t think about your liver when you think about weight loss, the liver has […]