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Gastric Bypass Surgery Risks, Complications and Dangers

Gastric bypass surgery, just like any other surgeries, has some risks associated with it. This surgery is one of the many Bariatric surgical procedures that can help people who are morbidly obese to lose some of the extra weight. This extra weight can range from a hundred pounds or more than their normal body weight.… Read More »

The Dangers of Morbid Obesity

Synonyms for morbid abound: bleak, grim, cheerless, dismal, foreboding, joyless, morose, ominous, and hopeless. No wonder people are offended to be diagnosed with a condition suggesting such grisly unwholesomeness. Medically speaking, however, the word ‘morbid’ denotes a condition that has progressed to the level of unhealthiness or disease. Morbid obesity is defined as being 100… Read More »

Dangers of Dehydration – And The Importance of Kidney Cleansing

The human body is composed of 75 percent water and 25 percent solid matter. To provide nourishment, eliminate waste and regulate all the functions in the body, we need water. Most modern societies, however, no longer stress the importance of drinking water as the most important “nutrient” among all nutrients. Entire population groups are substituting… Read More »