First came the “Ozempic face.” Predictably, the “Ozempic butt” was not far behind. Then, there is the term “Ozempic shaming.”
Medications like Wegovy and Ozempic are designed for chronic, continuous, potentially life-long use. They are not short-term solutions. Learn more.
The popular weight-loss drug Ozempic typically comes with certain side effects and the threat of malnutrition because the appetite is suppressed.
How much can the weight-loss drugs containing semaglutide or tirzepatide contribute to rewiring the brain in a direction that is not healthy?
There are arguments against GLP-1 agonists, the seemingly miraculous drugs that have garnered so much publicity lately.
One of the fastest-moving news stories of the past months has been explosive growth in the
release of weight-loss medications. Let’s take a closer look.
The avoidance of side effects might depend on a person’s shunning of entire categories of food while using tirzepatide.
The weight-loss drugs have one thing in common: Nobody knows the results of starting at a young age and staying on them for years.
“Side effect” is a tricky term, since a drug can have a side effect that is considered positive. Let’s look at some medications approved to treat obesity.
Now that the AAP has recommended weight-loss meds for teens and maybe even children, what kind of pharmaceuticals are we talking about here?