The Penn State Hershey Surgical Weight Loss team will host an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 21, at 4000 Vine Street in Middletown, Pennsylvania, for people interested in learning more about the program.
With many people staring down New Year’s resolutions related to losing weight, some may be wondering if surgical weight loss is right for them. Dr. Ann Rogers, director of Penn State Hershey Surgical Weight Loss, says surgery is only a long-term solution for patients who also resolve to enact some important lifestyle changes.
Penn State Hershey Surgical Weight Loss held its annual Fall Social and Drop Your Drawers event Oct. 16. Patients and guests enjoyed an evening celebrating the life-changing outcomes that surgical weight loss procedures can help to facilitate.
The Penn State Hershey Surgical Weight Loss Program will host its annual Fall Social from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at the 4000 Vine St. location in Middletown, Pa. Patients and guests will enjoy an evening celebrating the life-changing outcomes that surgical weight loss procedures can help to facilitate.
The beginning of the New Year is a time when we start to think about getting back on track with our eating and exercise goals that may have slipped during the holiday season. The following is a list of strategies that may help you prevent cravings and overeating in order to maintain your weight loss goals throughout the year.
Have you or someone you love considered surgical weight loss? If so, mark your calendars for the next ABC-27 call-in show scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 27. "The Weight is Over: Exploring Surgical Weight Loss" will feature Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center surgical weight-loss specialists and patients who have been down that road. For more information, visit http://www.abc27.com/weightloss/ online.
It's that time of year again, when we look to bring about positive change in our lives through our annual New Year's resolutions. Many of these resolutions include starting an exercise program and creating healthier eating habits. Ultimately, the goal is to lose weight, look great and feel even better. The hardest part about making these resolutions last is firmly committing to a lifetime of healthy practices. The Medical Minute, a service of the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, offers some tips for keeping on track.