Ten common questions about popular anti-obesity medications
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the American Medical Association’s decision to recognize obesity as a disease. As we reflect on this milestone, I took the opportunity to discuss the progress we’ve made, and the outlook for the future, with my mentor, colleague and one of the pioneers of the field of Obesity Medicine, […]
Since hormones affect weight, hormonal therapy to enhance ovulation (whether pills or the multiple shots that the in vitro fertilization process entails) often leads to weight gain.
This fall, Ozempic suddenly seemed to be everywhere, as celebrities and influencers jumped on the viral trend of using the prescription diabetes drug as a quick weight-loss fix. (Spoiler alert: It’s not that simple.)
Some studies suggest that up to 80% of women with PCOS in the U.S. have overweight or obesity.
Five Tips for Women’s Health Providers to Address Obesity
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Losing weight may be challenging, but biology isn’t destiny. A national expert explains why women may have a more difficult time than men in shedding pounds.