Norman Regional Health System has been named one of America’s best for Bariatric Surgery and Stroke by the Women’s Choice Award, America’s ref…
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For a state whose name is synonymous with fried chicken, it's no wonder a recent study found that more than 1 out of 3 Kentucky's adults are obese.
The obesity epidemic continues to grow in Oklahoma with over 65 percent of the state’s adult population categorized as obese or overweight. To help combat this statistic, Norman Regional Health System has added a physician to its team that specializes in medical weight loss.
Gregory Okin is quick to point out that he does not hate dogs and cats. Although he shares his home with neither - he is allergic, so his pets are fish - he thinks it is fine if you do. But if you do, he would like you to consider what their meat-heavy kibble and canned food are doing to the planet.
Up to one-third of the world's dementia cases could be prevented by addressing factors such as education, hypertension, diet, hearing loss and depression over the course of a person's lifetime, according to a new report presented Thursday at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in London.
A new study claims to have found a connection between drinking diet soda and being at higher risk of developing dementia and stroke. However, the study's author is calling for more research to be done.
As spring flowers give way to the sizzling summer sun, health and nutrition experts in Moore are offering some free advice on taking care of y…
Calorie counting is a useful way to lose weight, but a new study suggests a fitness tracker could sabotage your efforts.
Americans trying to stay healthy have abandoned sugary drinks for diet drinks in droves over the past few decades on the theory that the latter is better than the former. Now, more evidence has emerged to refute that rationale.
Rehabilitation is a standard practice after any major surgery, but a team of University of Oklahoma health professionals and researchers are exploring the benefits of what they are calling "prehabilitation."