Suppressing a hunger-stimulating hormone with a minimally invasive procedure was safe in humans and led to significant weight loss for at least six months in a small preliminary study presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 62nd Annual Scientific Session…Obesity / Weight Loss / Fitness News From Medical News Today
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I really wanted my 11-year-old daughter to read The Hunger Games,but my 14-year-old intervened. It doesn’t matter that kids her age are reading them,Elsa said;it’s a bad idea for Natasha.
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The movie The Hunger Games opens today,and record tickets sales are expected to make the grisly,post-apocalyptic,survival tale one of the spring’s biggest blockbusters. Like the Harry Potter and Twilight series before it,The Hunger Games film is based on a book written for [...]