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Wednesday, 21 August 2013 12:47

Share Your Photos With CalMWM On Instagram

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Share your photos with us on Instagram! California Medical Weight Management is now on Instagram, the photo-sharing service (owned by Facebook). Instagram is a great way to share, discover new photos and interests. Our account/user name is "calmwm." This article explains how to connect with CMWM on Instagram, and how to share your photos with us.

A recent study (September 2012) by Dr. Adam Tsai, a medical weight loss specialist with the University of Colorado, examined the effectiveness of weight loss counseling by medical assistants (MAs) versus primary care physicians (PCPs).

After six months, the control group (counseling by PCPs) lost just 0.9 kg +/- 0.6 kg (less than a pound). The MA counseling group lost 4.4 kg +/- 0.6 kg (about 10 lbs). According to Dr. Tsai's study, "Most primary care providers (PCPs), constrained by time and resources, cannot provide intensive behavioral counseling for obesity."

Monday, 08 July 2013 14:39

Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss

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Women often gain a lot of pounds during pregnancy. Since more than enough weight is a direct invitation to various health problems and being fit is necessary for women for taking care of their new born baby, it becomes imperative for them to lose the gained weight.

Monday, 08 July 2013 14:31

Non-Surgical Alternative Of Weight Loss

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Obesity is evolving as a big health problem in America. Some people get rid of it by opting for surgical alternatives, while some go for non-surgical procedures. Though both the options can help you reduce weight, the latter is considered more beneficial. The reason is non-surgical alternatives do not have any side effects associated with them. Over and above, you lose weight naturally and experience increase in body’s stamina and flexibility. But still, a good number of obese rely on surgical treatments to shed weight.

Monday, 08 July 2013 13:54

Popular Diet Plans

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Obesity has victimized nearly one-third of Americans, of whom many are trying different methods to shed weight. Since those methods are not always useful in bringing expected results, we suggest opting for an effective diet plan to achieve their weight loss goal.

Sunday, 07 July 2013 02:34

Which Diet Program Really Works?

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There are many choices and programs available to dieters. If you are overweight or obese, you may have tried some of these diets already. But which diets really work?

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 15:35

Childhood Obesity and Hearing Loss

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The New York Times' Nicholas Bakalar writes of a new study in The Laryngoscope linking obesity in teenagers to hearing loss. The study was written by a team of doctors from Columbia Univesity and NYU, combining otolaryngology (ENT, or "ear, nose and throat"), pediatrics and environmental medicine.

Which type of program is more effective for weight loss? A commercial program like Weight Watchers, or a medical weight loss clinic?

Dr. Adam G. Tsai, a physician and weight loss specialist at the University of Colorado in Denver, published the results of a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) study. The study compares the efficacy of a commercial weight loss program (Weight Watchers) with that of a “clinic-based intervention” (weight loss clinic).

Monday, 22 April 2013 14:24

Direct Cost Of Obesity In The Workplace

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On January 1 2010, Dr. Adam Gilden Tsai, with a grant from the National Institutes of Health, published an updated report on the medical cost of overweight and obesity in the United States. According to Dr. Tsai's study, in 2008 the "aggregate national cost of overweight and obesity combined was $113.9 billion." The U.S. Center For Disease Control's study puts these numbers even higher, at $147B. Dr. Tsai estimates the annual cost per person of overweight ($266) and obesity ($1723).

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 21:48

Amy Rogg, Certified Yoga Instructor

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Bay Area based teacher Amy Rogg received her 200-RYT certification from Yoga Alliance under the instruction of Tamal Dodge.

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