John Morton, chief of bariatric and minimally invasive surgery at the Stanford University School of Medicine. “It’s not just about wrinkles . It’s the whole system, in which our body replaces cells continuously. The more they divide over time — or the sicker you are — the more the ends get frayed.
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Insulin status is important determinant of weight reduction on vascular function
population currently overweight or obese. Of major concern are the disproportionate cases of severe obesity ( body mass index [BMI] ? 40 kg/m2), which tripled during the 1990s. Nearly a third of adults and 17 percent of children in the U.S. are now obese with 65 million additional cases estimated by 2030.
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