Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dr. Robb Kociol, MD, Director of Left Ventricular Assist Device Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, talks about the various factors when diagnosing and treating heart failure.
The decision to have weight loss, or bariatric, surgery is not an easy one, nor is it an easy process for many patients.
One of the greatest challenges facing anyone trying to lose weight is our world of seemingly endless temptations.
Weight loss surgery is not just for losing weight. Studies show that losing a great deal of weight can help increase one’s overall quality of health.
Losing weight is hard. Keeping it off is even harder.
Eating a healthy diet and being active are essential elements of any weight loss or weight maintenance program
There are important social, cultural and emotional components to eating but it shouldn’t control your life.
Weight loss surgery may offer hope of significant and lasting weight loss.
As we age, weight gain becomes an issue that is not only discouraging but, for some, very dangerous.
Understanding how hunger and external food cues cause changes in the brain and their potential consequences for obesity, binge eating and other eating disorders.