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Obesity is Declared a Disease by the American Medical Association yet Americans are Living Longer
Date:7/30/2013

s related to obesity when weight loss or other obesity treatment is necessary for treating another condition such as diabetes, hypertension, or heart disease. Even procedures such as gastric bypass surgery may be covered by Medicare when they are recommended by a doctor for treatment of a serious condition other than obesity. Medicare supplement plans can make such procedures affordable by covering Medicare out-of-pocket costs, and the availability of such care is just one more reason American seniors with obesity are finding it easier to live longer than ever.

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