Study: Bariatric surgery may work for nonmorbidly obese

12/24/2007 | Yahoo!

A new study suggests that people with a BMI of less than 40 should be considered for weight-loss surgery and may benefit more than those whose lives are threatened by their weight. Obese patients with risk factors for heart disease could be helped by the surgery, researchers said.

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