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Getting to Know Dr. Daniel Maselli

Dr. Daniel Maselli is a highly trained gastroenterologist who has spent more than 11 years training at some of the most premier medical institutions across the country—including Princeton University, UMass Chan Medical School, Duke University Hospital, The Mayo Clinic, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is also board certified in internal medicine and is currently […]

Pumpkin Perfection Seven Health Benefits of Your Favorite Fall Melon

From the patch to the porch to the pie to the seeds, pumpkins are a signature symbol of the fall season. Not only are they widely used for autumn décor and enjoyed as a focal point of fall activities, pumpkins are also utilized to create many fall recipes and treats. A common misconception about this […]

Can Weight Gain Lead to PCOS?   

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders in women who are old enough to get pregnant. Each year, it affects nearly five million women, and the rates have been rising over the past decade. Doctors have long understood that PCOS is linked with unexplained weight gain, though it is often […]

6 Common Causes for Daily Weight Fluctuations

Your bathroom scale can be friend or foe. When the pounds are coming off, you’re likely to feel excited and motivated to continue with your weight loss efforts. However, noticing an increase of a few pounds can be upsetting and discouraging for many. Don’t fret—overnight bodyweight fluctuations are normal and are not necessarily an indicator […]

Does Pooping Lead to Weight Loss? 

When weight loss becomes your mission, it’s easy to get fixated on statistics; how many pounds have I lost? What is my waist size? How many grams of protein were in that cheeseburger? It’s also a standard practice to track your weight regularly, and if you do, you probably notice some ups and downs from […]

Can Antidepressants Like Lexapro Cause Weight Gain?

For reasons that can only be speculated on, depression has been steadily increasing in the United States over the past few decades. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 21 million adults and four million adolescents were diagnosed with major depression or had at least one major depressive episode. To treat a major […]

Weight Loss for Teens: Finding a Healthy Weight  

Being a teenager has always been tough, but the pressure to be thin has perhaps never been greater. Indeed, even as rates of teen obesity have increased over the last 10 years, so also has the number of teens who say they are trying to lose weight. This comes at a time when social media […]

Unexplained Weight Gain: Can a Depo-Provera Shot Be the Reason?  

If you track your weight regularly, you know how disconcerting it can be to look down at the scale and see a higher number than you were expecting. Indeed, unexplained weight gain can present a mystery that just has to be solved. Even after accounting for lifestyle factors like diet and exercise, many people wonder […]

Obesophobia: Dealing With the Stigma of Being Overweight 

According to the National Institutes for Health (NIH), more than 70% of American adults are either overweight or obese. Moreover, research continues to show that being overweight or obese is connected to numerous negative health outcomes and diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, liver disease, and some types of cancer. Yet even as […]

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