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A new study suggests trackers don't help, but medical experts weighed in with a full spectrum of opinions.

As the prevalence increases, obesity continues to grow as a major health problem. Here are brief summaries of the latest research findings.

The "novel (and contradictory) finding..." say study authors, challenges conventional wisdom as well as current literature.

The new evidence-based, comprehensive recommendations replace 2012's "piecemeal" effort to guide clinical management.

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Even patients who have had the condition for up to 10 years can reverse it by losing weight and then maintaining the weight loss.

Take a quick look at recent primary care happenings that could influence how you practice.

New study findings are grim, suggesting that fewer than 1% of the obese who work at weight loss will have sustained success.


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