Review backs efficacy of behavioral therapy in weight loss

10/3/2011 | Reuters

An analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine revealed that obese people who took part in behavioral programs lost an average of seven pounds more over 12 to 18 months compared with those who did not receive special weight-loss therapies. Researchers noted even greater weight loss in patients who received behavioral therapy plus medication than those with behavioral therapy alone.

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