Obese people have less sensitive taste buds than normal-weight people, but bariatric surgery may increase their taste sensitivity in addition to helping them shed pounds, finds new research from Stanford University School of Medicine.
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Bariatric Surgery & Medical Weight Loss
Is there an age restriction for bariatric surgery?
Is there a weight limit for bariatric surgery?
How successful is bariatric surgery?
How can I get more information about bariatric surgery at Stanford?
Does medical weight loss require a liquid diet?
I have tried to lose weight before and failed. Can medical weight loss help me?
Can medical weight loss improve my health?
Can medical weight loss help me if I’m 100 pounds or more overweight?
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