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Rosie O'Donnell is one of the most talented, funny, albeit most controversial characters on the small screen. She has been wildly successful with her Rosie O'Donnell Show and seemed to have it all -- ­a good marriage, money, fame, and a house full of cute kids.

The new year promises innovative programs to help you lose weight. And no, you don’t need to buy the newest cycling / diet-booster / fat-melterasaurus to achieve your weight loss goals. All you need to do is log in.

You’ve finally lost the weight! Congratulations! Now, you may be considering the possibility of body sculpting to polish off some areas that need just a little outside help from an expert.

Anyone who has carried around extra weight on the body knows that it impacts more than just your appearance. It can be a drag on your whole life. Returning to a healthy weight can feel as if you are taking your life back.

Despite the vast improvement in nutrition and technology, human health is on the decline. The obesity epidemic inflicts 1 out 3 adults in the United States. Obese and overweight individuals struggle with health problems ranging from Diabetes to cardiovascular disease. This is a serious problem which needs serious answers.

Over forty percent of American sleep for just six hours or fewer a night according to a recent Gallup poll. Sleepless nights leads to a lot of health problems, not the least of these being weight gain.

Since 1980 the obesity rate has doubled globally resulting in 600 million obese individuals as of 2014. This epidemic is a frightening one with many implications in the world of health and nutrition on top of negatively impacting the health and longevity of those suffering from this obesity. Weight loss surgery, or bariatric surgery, is a great way to help those with a weight management problem to gain back control over their life.

When discussing weight loss surgery, patients are generally concerned with their physical health and the size of their midriff. But what if losing weight also increased your mental health and boosted the power of your brain? A new study suggests it just might.

Losing weight can be one of the best things you do for your body, since carrying a lot of excess weight can jeopardize your health and put a strain on your body. When you lose weight the right way -- through adopting a healthy diet and exercise program -- you can significantly improve your quality of health and reduce your risk of disease. However, a common byproduct of significant weight loss is excess skin. This extra skin is not just an aesthetic issue. It can cause irritation and even infection, and it can erode your newfound confidence.

While eating right and exercising are the keys to a healthy lifestyle, they don’t always lead to the fat loss you want. Stubborn fat can cling to areas like the thighs, buttocks and abdomen, and these areas can become even harder to slim down as you age. Liposuction can help you get the results you want.
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