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Men & Gastric Bypass Surgery – Is There a Social Stigma

Men & Gastric Bypass Surgery – Is There a Social Stigma

It’s estimated 200,000 American’s will undergo gastric bypass surgery this year. Only 15 percent, 30,000, will be men. Yet obesity statistics in this country indicate morbid obesity is not gender specific. About 60% of American men and women are obese. So why are so few men, comparatively speaking, going under the knife to lose weight?…

Weight Loss Problems at Their Worst America is on the Path of Delusion, Depression, and Destruction

Am I missing something here? If I am, someone please email me and tell me. But, the shape of you and every person in America tells me I am not missing the boat at all. However, sometimes like today I sure feel someone in my industry and in the medical industry is really off the real issue, and not intending on getting back any time soon.…

Running in The Zone – A Personal Account

Running in The Zone has to be one of the most satisfying experiences. When it all fits together it can seem effortless and intensely rewarding. But why are some runs better than others? Is there anything we can do to help ourselves get into The Zone?…
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