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Based upon the findings of this study, gastric bypass appears to be effective for significant, long-term weight loss and for the treatment and prevention of diabetes.
On the first day of the ride, the Triple Bypass took Derrick Strauss and other riders on a western route, spanning from Evergreen to Avon, over three mountain passes and with a 10,000 foot elevation gain.
The majority of people want the bypass built and the views of one man should not be allowed to stop it.
In addition to an adjustable bypass gap on one side of a filter, several bypass gap geometries were tested.
Angus Council said: "When the bypass was planned, bus company Strathtay indicated all buses would use this route, so shelters were erected.
Members of SCAR are furious about the bypass plans and claim it will blight the green belt in Lichfield.
has introduced the E7L drive with bypass and touchpad control specifically for HVAC building automation applications that require the redundant operation provided by bypass but can defer service until shutdown is convenient.
Quickly earning the nickname ``the Bypass Four'' after leaving half a dozen other relay teams - whose runners had not undergone bypass surgery - in the dust.
Bariatric surgery, also known as gastric bypass surgery, uses different techniques to reduce the size of the stomach and intestines and limit how much food a person can eat.
Campaigners battling for one of the North's major traffic routes to be dualled say highways bosses are on the wrong track over plans to bypass the only community still cut in half by the road.