Researchers still seek medical treatments for obesity

12/21/2012 | Economist (free content), The

Drugs and bariatric surgery can help people lose weight but are expensive and may not do much to solve the obesity crisis in the near term, experts say. Studies continue to evaluate the efficacy of current medical interventions, but researchers also are exploring other ways to help people slim down.

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