Do Men Lose Weight Faster Than Women?

1983: Jazzercise, founded in 1969 by professional dancer Judi Sheppard Missett, hits all 50 states.

1963: Weight Watchers is founded by Jean Nidetch, a self-described “overweight housewife obsessed with cookies.” 1970: The Sleeping Beauty Diet, which involves sedation, is rumored to have been tried by Elvis. 1977: Slim-Fast — a shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, then a sensible dinner — becomes a diet staple. 1978: Dr. Herman Tarnower publishes “The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet.” Two years later he is shot to death by his girlfriend.
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Beauty Queen Has Plastic Sewn to Tongue to Make Her Lose Weight

According to the Mirror , the girl is so determined to win the crown that she has already spent $7,000 (5,088) on plastic surgeries on her nose and breast augmentation. The patch diet consists of basically having a doctor sew a plastic mesh patch on your tongue that induces a sensation of pain every time you try to eat solids. In her own words, It makes me lose weight faster. You eat the same but liquefied. Also known as the Miracle Patch, this method of losing weight was introduced in 2009 by Dr. Nikolas Chugay, and promises a weight loss of up to 30 pounds (13.6 kg) or more in a month.
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Lose Weight, Lose Sleep Apnea?

A 2007 study showed just how serious these cardiovascular effects of sleep apnea are. The http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 research found that people with sleep apnea were 30 percent more likely to have a heart attack or die of any cause over a four to five year period. Sleep Apnea May Increase Depression Risk The under diagnosed sleep condition takes a serious toll on the mood, according to March research from the CDC. In fact, men with sleep apnea were more than twice as likely and women more than five times as likely to feel hopeless, lose interest in their regular activites and display other signs of clinical depression, Health.com reported. Snoring did not seem to be associated with depression.
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