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Dealing with Obesity: Maintaining Good Member Care

Men are told from an early age that it’s important to take care of their health. But over time, many men indulge a bit too much, and wind up carrying around extra weight. Add in other factors, such as overeating, a sedentary lifestyle or even an injury that prevents a man from exercising, and that extra weight can add up at an alarming rate. Paying close attention to member care is especially important if a man finds himself in this situation.

It Is OK to be a Loser to Have a Healthy Life

Is "Move less and eat more" your favorite dialogue? Then it’s time to change and this article helps you to move a bit faster. Do you know looking good is a true reflection of our inner health and well being Losing weight can reduce your risk of ...more

The Afshin Eslami, M.D.

Bariatric Surgeon Dr. Eslami earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Tehran in Iran. Upon graduation, Dr. Eslami completed two years of service in the military as a general practitioner. In 1999 he relocated to the United States and completed a residency program in General Surgery at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and was awarded a chief residency completion in both surgical trauma and intensive care shock trauma. He then went on to the Baylor College of Medicine

General Appointment Part – II

Dr. Eslami earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Tehran in Iran. Upon graduation, Dr. Eslami completed two years of service in the military as a general practitioner. In 1999 he relocated to the United States and completed a residency program in General Surgery at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and was awarded a chief residency completion in both surgical trauma and intensive care shock trauma. He then went on to the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas to complete

Diseases Caused by Obesity

In the modern world, everyone wants to be looking good. But I have a question here? What is the definition of a good looking human being? The answers come like a man seems to be good in the look on his face. Someone says that attractive body figure makes him good by looking. Yup, both answers are right. A perfectly good looking man needs a face as well as the attractive body too. I think we all get a good face. We should always proud of our face, but when I talk about the body shape or your f

60% OR ADULTS ARE OBESE! PERMANENT SOLUTION?

More than 60 percent of grown-ups in the United States are overweight or fat, and fat people will probably be sick than the individuals who are definitely not. Weight presents difficulties to doctors and patients furthermore negatively affects wellbeing status.A few patients who are large may postpone therapeutic consideration on account of worries about defamatio

About Dr. Afshin Eslami

Dr Eslami is an active member of the medical staff at several Mercy Hospitals. He has obtained Board Certification in Surgery from the American Board of Surgery. He is a member of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES). Dr Eslami is designated as a Center of Excellence- Bariatric Surgeon through the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) of which he is an active member. Dr. Eslami is an avid runner, biker, and swimmer. He enjoys boating, spendi

Morbid Obesity

Dr. Eslami earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Tehran in Iran. Upon graduation, Dr. Eslami completed two years of service in the military as a general practitioner. In 1999 he relocated to the United States and completed a residency program in General Surgery at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and was awarded a chief residency completion in both surgical trauma and intensive care shock trauma. He then went on to the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas to complete

Afshin Eslami, M.D. – Bariatric Surgeon

Dr. Eslami earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Tehran in Iran. Upon graduation, Dr. Eslami completed two years of service in the military as a general practitioner. In 1999 he relocated to the United States and completed a residency program in General Surgery at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and was awarded a chief residency completion in both surgical trauma and intensive care shock trauma. He then went on to the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas to complete

Scarless Surgery

Selection Criteria There are a number of widely accepted criteria which make a patient suitable for Bariatric or weight loss surgery: • BMI of 35 or a BMI greater than 30 with at least with 1 major obesity related disease eg. Diabetes, Asthma, Heart Disease, sleep Apnoea , osteo arthritis. • Reasonable attempts at other weight loss techniques • Over 18 years of age • Obesity related health problems • A capacity to understand the risks and commitment a

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