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A recent article in the Guardian asked why people in the UK don’t have as much weight loss surgery as on the continent. I’m not sure this piece explains the full picture.
Richard Coleman considers a new minimally-invasive weight loss procedure.
Solicitor Amy Chater considers the importance of good nutrition, particularly following weight loss surgery.
Richard Coleman considers reports of a new weight loss treatment, known as ‘gastric pacing’, the reported benefits and risks and the growing use of the procedure within the UK.
Bhavesh Patel consider recent studies providing a potential reversal cure for type 2 diabetes and the implications for patients and the NHS.
Solicitor Amy Chater considers recent worrying news reports about people being passed cards berating them for being overweight.
A blog considering a recent review comparing the risks and benefits of different types of weight loss surgery procedures.
A blog considering the benefits and risks of weight loss surgery following news that more patients may be offered such surgery,