Latest weight loss surgery and obesity related news articles
In recent times. obesity has becoming a much greater public health concern. There are a number of studies and articles published about the negative effects obesity can have on one’s health.
Take a look at some of the news articles below for more information about health concerns related to obesity and weight loss surgery!
- Blokes struggle to shed those unwanted kilos
- Doctors studying why obesity could make coronavirus impact worse
- Woman balloons to 300lbs after binge eating to spite fat shaming dad
- Kelly Osbourne admits she had gastric sleeve surgery on her weight loss journey
- Woman loses 76kg after ditching McDonald’s addiction
- Adele Weight Loss 2020 – Did She Have Bariatric Surgery?
- Boris Johnson′s Better Health campaign to tackle UK obesity epidemic
- Coronavirus: Obesity increases risks from Covid-19, experts say
- The Australian Obesity Management Algorithm - Australian Diabetes Society
- Australian Institute of Health & Welfare - Overweight & Obesity
- Obesity does increase risk of death from Covid-19 but diets aren’t the answer, chief doc warns
- Obesity costing WA $340 million per year
- Covid-19: Delaying bariatric and metabolic surgery puts patients at risk
- Australia’s obesity epidemic leading to increased risk of cardiovascular disease
- Coronavirus: Does being overweight or obese affect how ill people get?
- Latest evidence on obesity and COVID-19
- Overweight people at greater risk from coronavirus, heightened by COVID-19 links to respiratory illness
October 29th, 2020
26 August 2020
Michaela Miller, from Colorado, struggled with weight from an early age – but it spiraled out of control after her dad made cruel comments about her body. The banker began binge eating to rebel against her father, and she ended up tipping the scales at 300lbs. Michaela decided to get gastric sleeve surgery to kickstart her weight loss journey, and she has kept the weight off with a new healthy lifestyle plan. She now weighs 150lbs, and wears a size 4. Click here to read more!
21 August 2020
The daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne says she has lost more than 38 kilograms – and she’s now revealed in a podcast interview that she actually underwent gastric sleeve surgery a few years ago. Click here to read more!
AUGUST 7, 2020
A woman has revealed how she lost more than 76kg after putting an end to her obsession with fast food.
Her weight loss journey began after ending a “toxic” relationship. The bad break-up sparked her to overhaul her lifestyle, undergoing gastric sleeve surgery in March 2017 which she said helped her to control her portion sizes. Click here to read more!
May 8th, 2020
On her 32nd birthday of May 5th, 2020, Adele shared a picture on Instagram that shocked the world. In her most recent appearance, she posted a picture that showcased her amazing weight loss transformation and success.
So what’s Adele’s weight loss secret? Could it have been modern methods of dieting, fitness and exercise – or was it something much more aggressive, like weight loss surgery. Click here to read more!
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has used a struggle with his own weight to launch measures targeted at a widespread obesity problem that could heighten coronavirus risks. More than 60 per cent of adults in Britain are considered overweight or obese, according to Public Health England. Click here to read more!
25 July 2020
Being obese or overweight puts you at greater risk of serious illness or death from Covid-19, experts say after examining existing studies.
The review of evidence by Public Health England found excess weight put people at greater risk of needing hospital admission or intensive care. Click here to read more!
Obesity is a complex and multi-factorial chronic disease with genetic, environmental, physiological and behavioural determinants that requires long-term care. In 2014-15, 63.4% of Australians aged 18 years and over were above normal weight, with 27.9% being obese. Obesity is associated with a broad range of complications including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dyslipidaemia, sleep apnoea, osteoarthritis, and certain types of cancers, which significantly impair quality of life. Obesity and its related complications place a considerable financial burden on Australia. In 2014-15, the direct and indirect costs of obesity were estimated at $ 8.65 billion.
The Australian Diabetes Society states that any diabetic patient with a BMI over 40 is recommended to undergo bariatric surgery. Read more here.
Excess weight, especially obesity, is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, some musculoskeletal conditions and some cancers. As the level of excess weight increases, so does the risk of developing these conditions. In addition, being overweight can hamper the ability to control or manage chronic conditions. Click here to read more!
Obesity is costing Western Australia’s health system close to $340 million a year, with experts renewing calls for a ban on junk food advertising. A report by WA’s Department of Health finds that health conditions related to excess body mass were responsible for 9.3 per cent of all hospitalisations in 2016. Click here to read more!
Mon, 11/05/2020 – 10:37
An international team of experts has issued a guidance paper that identifies patients with the greatest need for bariatric and metabolic surgery, as experts warn delaying treatment could put them at a greater risk of complications from their disease, as well as from COVID-19. Click here to read more!
Researchers from The University of Western Australia and the Royal Perth Hospital Medical Research Foundation are warning that Australia’s obesity epidemic is undermining expert attempts to reduce cardiovascular disease. Click here to read more!
Being obese is known to increase the risk of a number of diseases, including heart disease, cancer and type 2 diabetes. Early research suggests it may also make people more ill with Covid-19, but why is this the case? Click here to read more!
A summary of the evidence so far suggests that obesity is associated with a higher risk of developing severe symptoms and complications of coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19), independent of other illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease. Click here to read more!
new research is pointing to evidence that people affected by obesity or who are overweight might also make the impacts of COVID-19 more severe, particularly for those aged under 60. Click here to read more!