Weight-Loss Warriors hit halfway mark
The contestants in Weight-Loss Wars have completed six weeks of the 12-week course designed to help them shed pounds and improve their health. The game, administered by the Juneau County Health Initiative of Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation in …
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X5FitnessCamp.com Celebrates Summer with 90-Day Weight Loss Challenge
Improving our secret self-image, understanding our incredible intrinsic value and shifting the way we interact with others is necessary to lose weight and keep it off. And these transformational skills need a process that considers the 163 or 164 hours …
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First Weight-Loss Drug Approved in 13 Years Spurs Eisai
Eisai Co. (4523) surged the most in two years in Tokyo trading after its partner won Food and Drug Administration approval for a weight-loss pill, making it the first obesity medication cleared for the U.S. in 13 years.
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