gastric bypass

Weirdly, a study shows that it may help your love life if you're single, but could harm it if you're not!
On the 28 November 2015, I underwent weight loss surgery, also known as sleeve gastrectomy or a gastric sleeve. I wrote about why I needed this operation in my previous blogs, "My Gastric Sleeve and Me" and My Gastric Sleeve and PCOS.
On the 28th of November this year, I underwent a sleeve gastrectomy, a type of bariatric surgery where 85% of my stomach was removed, leaving what is known as a gastric sleeve.
A woman shed more than eight stone in an effort to look more like her sisters and found it gave her a massive boost of self
Nearly 7 years ago now, I had a gastric bypass. I weighed around 24 stone and was a size 32. I was aged 27 at the time and more than anything, I desperately wanted to be thin. I had suffered from eating disorders. I had been on an endless cycle of diets, gruelling exercise regimes and diet pills, but nothing had made the impact I wanted it to.
'Food capsules' that trick the body into feeling full could help fight Britain's obesity crisis and reduce type II diabetes
Hundreds of thousands of people with type 2 diabetes could be offered weight-loss surgery on the NHS. New draft guidance
If ever there was a ringing endorsement for online dating, it's that the world's fattest man - Paul Mason from Suffolk - has
A man once thought to be world’s fattest has released naked images of himself in a plea for medical help to address the excess
A man once dubbed the world's fattest says he is looking forward to a normal life after shedding 46 stone. Former postman
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has been accused of a "dereliction of duty" in his efforts to tackle Britain's growing obesity
Smoking, binge drinking and lack of exercise have all fallen in recent years - but NHS gastric bypass operations to help
A 'wonder' diet pill that promises to suppress appetite without causing nasty side effects, has been developed by scientists
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A 22-stone ex-policeman has lost his Court of Appeal battle to force a health authority to fund obesity
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A former police officer is taking his legal battle over a health trust's refusal to fund obesity surgery