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Gastric Bypass Surgeries are any of a group of similar operations used to treat morbid obesity - the severe accumulation of excess weight as fatty tissue - and the health problems (comorbidities) it causes.
Study suggests gastric bypass can reduce cardiovascular disease risk, irrespective of weight loss

Study suggests gastric bypass can reduce cardiovascular disease risk, irrespective of weight loss

Blood-based biomarkers could revolutionize Alzheimer's diagnosis and treatment

Blood-based biomarkers could revolutionize Alzheimer's diagnosis and treatment

Gastric bypass surgery more effective for long-term diabetes control

Gastric bypass surgery more effective for long-term diabetes control

MIT engineers develop 'vibing belly' pill to control appetite and curb obesity

MIT engineers develop 'vibing belly' pill to control appetite and curb obesity

Resistant potato starch usage found to be feasible and safe for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation patients

Resistant potato starch usage found to be feasible and safe for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation patients

Study traces the natural evolution of earliest stages of human cancers

Study traces the natural evolution of earliest stages of human cancers

Diabetes remission possible even without significant weight loss after gastric bypass surgery

Diabetes remission possible even without significant weight loss after gastric bypass surgery

Experimental anti-obesity drug may control appetite without surgery or nausea

Experimental anti-obesity drug may control appetite without surgery or nausea

Study evaluates adverse events after gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy in adolescents

Study evaluates adverse events after gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy in adolescents

Blood levels of ceramides could help predict type 2 diabetes remission after gastric bypass surgery

Blood levels of ceramides could help predict type 2 diabetes remission after gastric bypass surgery

Study: Weight-loss surgery reduces cancer incidence and deaths

Study: Weight-loss surgery reduces cancer incidence and deaths

Drugs and surgery show promise for reducing long-term effects of obesity-related hypertension

Drugs and surgery show promise for reducing long-term effects of obesity-related hypertension

Wireless medical device might help with weight loss

Wireless medical device might help with weight loss

Hormone that suppresses food intake could be used as potential treatment for obesity

Hormone that suppresses food intake could be used as potential treatment for obesity

Gastric bypass surgery is the most effective therapy to treat type 2 diabetes

Gastric bypass surgery is the most effective therapy to treat type 2 diabetes

Diet, not gastric bypass surgery, accounts for improved health

Diet, not gastric bypass surgery, accounts for improved health

RYGB surgery patients can benefit from anti-obesity medications

RYGB surgery patients can benefit from anti-obesity medications

Slightly elevated blood glucose levels can trigger major changes in insulin-producing cells

Slightly elevated blood glucose levels can trigger major changes in insulin-producing cells

Gastric bypass may be the best surgical option in patients with NAFLD

Gastric bypass may be the best surgical option in patients with NAFLD

Study:  Weight loss surgery linked to increased risk of bone fractures

Study: Weight loss surgery linked to increased risk of bone fractures

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