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February 05, 2007

Weight-loss Surgery for Teens raises hopes, along with fears

The Seattle Times has an article about Weight Loss Surgery for teens. This is one of those topics I always have to debate. My main reason is because we should put our efforts in prevention of obesity among teens. Education is so important, and I am not seeing any solid effort being made. So, as long as this non-educational epidemic continues, we will see more and more doctors and hospitals performing surgeries on teens, and, in the near future, kids. (Read Here)


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