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Many formal weight loss programs can help you manage type 2 diabetes. Learn how to find one that works for you, and get expert tips to help you stick with it.
If you have type 2 diabetes, losing even small amounts of weight can relieve symptoms. These tips can help you get started.
Bariatric surgery complications may be more common for obese people who have experienced childhood physical or sexual abuse, according to this study.
Sleep quality is important for getting rid of excess body fat. Learn how sleep deprivation can impact weight loss goals.
Intermittent fasting may be good for weight loss but it can be risky for people with diabetes. Learn how to navigate this new diet trend.
Nancy Sayles Kaneshiro lost 100 pounds and kept it off after two weight-loss surgeries. Learn how bariatric surgery helped change her relationship with food.
Taking medication to help you lose weight is an option when diet and exercise don’t work.
Bariatric surgery is an option for people who are morbidly obese—those who have a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or greater, and have been unable to lose weight through diet, exercise and medication.