WebMD - Weight Control Newsletter
Friday, August 14, 2009
In This Issue:
• Don’t Let Girls’ Night Out Ruin Your Waistline
• Banish Weight Gain Behaviors
• A New Diet Pill, but Is It Safe?
Ready, Set ...
Get StartedWith a Weight Loss Plan
Fad diets don't
work for true weight loss,
and they can be
dangerous. Get smart
and get fast
weightloss safety tips.
• Can Water Help You Lose Weight?
Restarted on Weight Loss
• Go Ahead, Indulge! (a Little)
Health News & Features
Don’t Let Girls’ Night Out Ruin Your
Girls' night out is great, but eating with a large group of female friends
may bust your diet.
• Stress Adds Belly Fat
• High Cholesterol Linked to Alzheimer's
Banish Weight Gain Behaviors
You may be sabotaging your weight loss program with eating habits you don't
even know you have.
• Stay Hydrated: Here's How!
• The Benefits of Summer Corn
More From WebMD:
• The Sweet Truth About Chocolate -
• ADHD: Top Foods for Better Focus
• Weight Control After Hysterectomy
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A New Diet Pill, but Is It Safe?
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