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Weight Loss Surgery Outcomes For Teens Versus Adults

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Weight Loss Surgery Outcomes For Teens Versus Adults

Weight Loss Surgery Outcomes For Teens Versus Adults

Gastric bypass surgery has been producing successful and sustained health outcomes for adults for decades, but research shows it may not be quite as effective for teens.

UPI reports that after having weight loss surgery, a group of teens with obesity were able to shed 26 percent of their body weight, while the adults with obesity dropped 29 percent of their excess weight.

While not a huge disparity between the two age groups, it remains a clinically significant gap.

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