In a study in Annals of Surgery, Kaiser Permanente researchers and colleagues share new findings that bariatric surgery is linked to lower death risk in persons with chronic kidney disease and obesity.
Death and heart complications were 40 percent less common in people with obesity and diabetes when they had bariatric surgery
Dr. David Arterburn explains reassuring findings about the nation's most widely used anti-obesity drug.
Largest long-term national study of bariatric surgery, comparing 3 most common operations, is among first PCORnet® results
Obese people with diabetes had fewer deaths in 5 years after bariatric surgery vs. usual care, in large, long-term study
Large, long-term study finds half as much nerve, kidney, and eye disease after bariatric surgery than with usual care.
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