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According to a May 11th article on Examiner.com, TV physician Dr. Mehmet Oz recently admitted that he indulged in ?flowery? language to overpraise products marketed as nearly miraculous weight loss supplements. Yet, that doesn?t mean that such products are going away any time soon. Indeed, with summer of 2015 coming our way, the number of products boosted by claims that are either greatly exaggerated or completely fictitious is certain to increase. Board certified weight loss surgeon Michael Feiz, M.D., F.A.C.S. and his team at Dr. Feiz and Associates would like to take the opportunity to remind the public that a silver bullet to fight obesity ? especially one that comes out of a bottle ? simply does not exist.

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The evidence is clear that the only medical support proven effective for fighting severe obesity is the bariatric approach. As the popularity of such procedures as the gastric sleeve and Lap Band continues to increase alongside the medical evidence of improved levels of health and happiness among weight loss surgery patients, more and more people are benefiting from an approach that has been proven as both safe and effective.

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At the same time, Dr. Feiz reminds his patients that bariatric surgery "is not the easy way out that many assume it to be." The fact of the matter is that our bodies and brains are designed to encourage us to eat more than we might actually need to at the moment, and thereby ward off the starvation that was once a genuine threat to human life. When obese people lose weight, the body sends signals that feel like genuine hunger, spurring overeating and accounting for all the familiar and depressing statistics about weight loss without the help of a surgery. "Weight loss surgery circumvents this problem by decreasing the appetite and making it harder to eat excessively."

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For patients that are severely overweight and interested in weight loss surgery before and after results for themselves, it?s time to get serious about the hard ? but highly achievable ? work of weight loss with the support of weight loss surgery. The procedure is relatively safe, with many experts comparing the level of risk to such commonly performed procedures as gall bladder removals. Just as important, it?s also been proven effective on multiple levels, with significant benefits shown in terms of fighting serious health conditions, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea and more.

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For anyone dealing with severe obesity and considering a weight loss procedure, it may be time to contact a physician. They can call Dr. Feiz and Associates at (800) 868-5946 or learn more online at http://www.drfeiz.com. Interested patients can also attend free informational seminars are held on a regular basis.

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    They knew the risks. But last year, after having their genomes sequenced, what Simon Smith and his wife learned was still alarming. Amongst his wife?s results was a genetic variant associated with a significantly increased risk of Parkinson?s disease. And the matter-of-fact statistic on risk came with little information on how to reduce it.

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    So Smith's wife booked an appointment with a genetic counsellor. And he booked an appointment with Dr. Google. After finding no comprehensive source of information on interventions associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson?s disease (a few sites mention coffee, some nicotine), he dug into research on PubMed and compiled his own list. By the time his wife had her appointment, she was armed with recommendations and references to back them up. And it was a good thing: few doctors or counselors she spoke with knew much about them.

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    Fortunately, based on a lack of family history, Smith's wife learned that her risk is considered to be substantially lower than first feared. (Although she?s still taking precautions.) But the experience left its mark. How many other prospective treatments and preventions are locked away in health data? Might there be ways to analyze them algorithmically?

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    That question led Smith to start an experimental research project called WellPilot (http://wellpilot.com). Its mission is to turn complex data into simple guidance for optimal wellbeing. And while they?ve only been at it a year, the results have reinforced a belief that the future of healthcare will be powered by data.

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    But not everyone is convinced. "Can a machine do as good a job as a doctor?" asks Smith. "It's a controversial question, but with the amount of health data being generated, and the challenge doctors have keeping up, it's a question many people are working to answer. We're a tiny startup with virtually no resources that may fail hopelessly. But it's an important problem, and we're excited to tackle it."

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    On average, Smith notes, the US government's PubMed database alone indexed about 2,823 articles per day in 2013, up from about 1,651 articles per day in 20031?nearly 70% growth in 10 years. The average time that healthcare professionals have available to review such research has likely shrunk over the same period or, at best, remained stagnant. As controversial med-tech venture capitalist Vinod Khosla has pointed out, doctors simply cannot cope with the data deluge.

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    For example, WellPilot has found research for 809 Parkinson?s disease interventions (http://wellpilot.com/conditions/parkinson-s-disease). Many of these are not drugs (for example, the supplement coenzyme Q10) and hence don't receive paid promotion to healthcare professionals by pharmaceutical companies, meaning they?re far less likely to be on a doctor?s radar?simply because doctors are time-crunched and not always able to keep up with the latest clinical research.

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    Machine-based data aggregation and analysis can help healthcare professionals cope. And with the adoption of electronic health record systems, growing use of wearable health devices, dropping cost of genome sequencing, and other drivers of data growth, this will only become more critical over time.

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    Not only is there a vast and increasing amount of healthcare data, much of it exists in silos. The US National Library of Medicine has, thankfully, aggregated and organized much healthcare information. But even in the US, which does a better job than most countries, health-related information is separately collected and distributed by numerous organizations, including the National Library of Medicine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration. And while electronic health records promise to make medicine more quantified, the truth is that the market is fragmented, with multiple vendors storing data independently.

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    Furthermore, the taxonomies for organizing this information are not always the same for different data sources, making them difficult to cross-reference. There are standard reference systems?for example, MeSH and ICD?but even these aren?t consistently adopted and applied.

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    "For WellPilot," says Smith, "we aggregate data from sources including published research, clinical trials and reported treatment side effects. Each of these uses a separate data set available through distinct sources, without a single, official common taxonomy for querying and cross-referencing the information." To address this, they have developed and maintain an extensive list of synonyms, many of which differ by region. For example, in the US and Japan, most people refer to acetaminophen, while elsewhere it?s paracetamol.

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    Bringing structure to the mass of unstructured health data is an important challenge for 21st century, data-driven medicine.

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    Helping People Understand What Really Works

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    Even when you can address the quantity and disconnection, you?re still left with a lot of complex information. This information is often too complex for trained healthcare professionals to interpret, never mind patients. (Surveys show, for example, that doctors often misinterpret statistics.)

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    "With WellPilot, we?ve been working (with varying degrees of success?but lots of optimism) to automate the analysis, visualization and explanation of how different treatments can benefit different conditions," says Smith. The current implementation uses a simple ?WellRank? calculation to boil down many variables to a score that can help guide patients and healthcare professionals in evaluating interventions. It?s far from perfect, leading to some criticism.

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    "We have clear disclaimers that what we're presenting is algorithmic and for informational purposes only," says Smith. "Our system makes a lot of stupid mistakes. But we?re continuously improving it, and hoping it?s a step towards simplifying and visualizing complex data in a way that people can understand and act on." To help, WellPilot allows users to provide feedback when the system gets it wrong, to help guide its improvement over time.

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    "We may get nowhere," says Smith, noting that companies like IBM are tackling similar problems with sophisticated artificial intelligences like Watson. "But our goal is very specific, whereas others are more general purpose. We want to make it easy for people to understand what really works, and eliminate so much of the confusion that can come after a scary diagnosis."

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