When you hear the word beautiful in reference to another woman, what do you think? Is it her smile, her personality, or maybe her glowing eyes? For many women, beauty relates to size; how small her waist is, what size jeans she wears, and what the number on the scale is. Why is this- and what are the (unintended) effects?
National Women’s Health Network Urges Women to Resist “Cheap” Gimmicks for Losing Weight in the New Year
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With the New Year often comes resolutions to lead happier – and healthier – lives.
Quick-fix weight loss remedies have always been popular, but they’ve gained even more momentum in recent years due to increased attention to the rising rates of obesity in the United States. Anti-obesity drugs are often touted as “miracle products” that yield results with minimal effort.
The holiday season is over and as usual, many people are feeling motivated to lose weight and live healthier. But for the one-third of Americans struggling with obesity, this struggle just gets harder and harder, especially as we age. For many, a safe and effective weight loss pill would seem like the magic bullet we so desperately need.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Meeting on Lorcaserin