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Obesity Is a Disease That Can Be Managed in Many Ways

Find out more about obesity and how it can be treated

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Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Preterm Birth

1 baby in 10 is born too soon in the U.S. each year. Is your baby at risk?

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Conversación sobre la salud: Preguntas para su proveedor de servicios médicos sobre enfermedades cardiovasculares

Obtenga información sobre los síntomas y los factores de riesgo para que pueda proteger su salud

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Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your HCP About Cardiovascular Disease

Know the symptoms and risk factors so you can protect your health

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Lo que debe saber sobre la obesidad

Si usted o un ser querido padece de obesidad, aquí podrá encontrar alguna información importante que le ayudará a entender esta enfermedad común

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Factores ambientales y sociales, no solo dieta y ejercicio, factores que contribuyen con la obesidad

Los médicos deben ver lo que se come y otros factores para entender la obesidad

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Going Back to the Office? The Colder Temperature Could Lead to Weight Gain

Living or working in a cool environment for extended periods can lower core body temperature. This decreases metabolic rate and may cause weight gain.

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What You Need to Know About Obesity

If you or a loved one has obesity, here are some facts to help you understand this common disease

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I Was Taking 5 Medications for Type 2 Diabetes. Now I’m Medication-Free.

After my mother passed away, food became my best friend — but I learned how to make healthy choices my BFF instead

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Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

What do you need to know about diabetes and heart disease? Dr. Nieca Goldberg suggests questions to ask if you have either or both conditions.

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