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Results of a large Danish cohort study place the BMI measure with lowest risk for all-cause mortality in the "overweight" category.

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Even patients who have had the condition for up to 10 years can reverse it by losing weight and then maintaining the weight loss.

Take a quick look at recent primary care happenings that could influence how you practice.

New study findings are grim, suggesting that fewer than 1% of the obese who work at weight loss will have sustained success.

Newer anti-obesity drugs aren't your mother's Fen-Phen, but they also don't come without their own potential downsides.

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Questions you were afraid to ask about weight-loss modalities in the context of obesity and type 2 diabetes are answered here.

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Nonalcoholic steatosis is the most common cause of liver disease in the USA. Try your hand at our half dozen questions on the hepatic cousins NAFL and NASH.

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