With the challenging times that we are facing it’s hard to make a fanfare about the publication of the US edition of my bariatric cookery book ‘The Bariatric Bible’. But it has been published this last week and is now available on amazon.com (click HERE for more details). I was super excited about this development
It’s always good news when we see research that indicates a remission of certain ailments and diseases after WLS. Here’s another study that indicates WLS may reverse obesity associated premature ageing – something more to celebrate!
This feature, outlining the developments in the provision and possible insurance cover for WLS, is mainly based on US comment and research – but where the US leads we in the UK and rest of the world, often follow. I, for one, will watch and follow this with much interest as indeed I am sure
I know many post-ops are concerned about loose skin after surgery but I hadn’t appreciated just how many pre-ops worry about this too, and how it influences their decision to go ahead with surgery or not. It’s very much a personal thing and varies enormously from one individual to another. We’ve covered some of
I meet so many post-op patients who feel they have ‘been left in limbo’ after their WLS with excess skin issues. It would appear surgeons and other professionals feel the same – read our guest post for their reaction to the latest study on this …