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Options for Bariatric Surgery in Mexico Border Areas

Extreme obesity hampers day to day functioning and negatively impacts one’s health. The amount of weight to lose is so high that even with the right diet and exercise, there are no significant results. Bariatric surgery can help in such cases. Also known as weight loss surgery, bariatric surgery is also performed in case of […]

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New Bariatric Surgery – Stomach Intestinal Pylorus Sparing Surgery (SIPS) – Now Available in Las Vegas, Nevada

The latest bariatric treatment – SIPS Surgery – is now available in Las Vegas for those suffering from obesity. What is Stomach Intestinal Pylorus Sparing Surgery? Stomach Intestinal Pylorus Sparing Surgery — a new bariatric surgery also known as modified duodenal switch surgery — is performed by reducing the size of the stomach. It involves […]

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How Low Can Sleeve Gastrectomy Prices Go in Dallas, Texas?

In order to answer this question we conducted an online search to find the lowest gastric sleeve prices in Dallas, Texas. And the results were quite interesting. For the uninitiated, sleeve gastrectomy is a restrictive bariatric surgery which helps in weight loss in people who have failed to reduce weight conventionally through diet control and […]

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Cheapest Place in the US to have Gastric Sleeve

Did you know the price of a gastric sleeve in the United States hovers between $16,000 and $24,000? And did you also know that affordable weight loss surgery in the USA is actually a reality? The cheapest place in the country to have a gastric sleeve is — surprise, surprise — Las Vegas! How much […]

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Interesting Fact – Obesity Related Deaths in USA

As per a study published  in the August 2013 issue  of the American Journal of Public Health, obesity results in 18% deaths in the United States among people aged between 40 and 85 years. 1 out of 5 deaths among both black and white Americans is related to an illness caused by obesity.     […]

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