Study: Heart health of teens improves after bariatric surgery

09/12/2013 | WCBS-TV (New York)

A small study in Pediatric Surgery revealed many severely obese teens exhibited cardiac abnormalities similar to those of middle-aged patients. However, undergoing bariatric surgery helped reduce heart enlargement and improve blood flow in all patients, and flow was fully normalized in 60% of cases.

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