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A study on rats finds that a removable silicone intestinal barrier tube works similarly to far more invasive bariatric surgeries. But will it work in humans?
A bit of good news on the heels of a study predicting the vast majority of Americans will be overweight or obese by 2020: telephone counseling appears every bit as effective at losing weight as traditional, in-person programs.
One of the big draws of the iPad 2 is its thinness and weight. IHS iSuppli shows how Apple managed to make the original iPad--already slim--even slimmer.
The Neato offers unmatched value in its field. Its performance, simplicity, and price make it an excellent choice for buyers seeking an effective, low-maintenance robot vacuum.
While you'll pay a premium for it, the Jawbone Mini Jambox is the best-sounding and best-designed micro wireless speaker.
Just lean forward and the electric ZBoard skateboard glides forward at speeds of up to 17mph.
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Sony executives tell CNET how they feel about Samsung taking its own marquee feature -- a dust and water-resistant body -- and putting it in the Galaxy S5.
How much do TVs weigh? Surprisingly, it's a concern (for some).
The English town of Stoke-on-Trent decides to text those who are seriously overweight. The intention is to be motivational. But won't it just be annoying?
Weight-loss plans often fail because they strand users in what really needs to be a social experience to succeed, but the iPhone's Lose It! app could help to change this.