• THE curse of overfeeding thumb
    by Dr. Yogesh Gautam
    Aug 25, 2017

    Mohammed is an 18 year boy from Afghanistan, he is shy, simple, has a easy smile, and is full of life. As a toddler he grew up active and playful, he was 15 kgs when he was 4. Then he steadily started gaining weight. Slowly but relentlessly, he over-grew. ...

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  • Obesity NASH and Bariatric surgery thumb
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    Jul 20, 2017

    Obesity has become a worldwide problem these days because of excessive consumption of saturated fat and processed food along with sedentary lifestyles. The syndromes that are deemed risk factors of arteriosclerotic diseases, abnormal glucose tolerance, dy ...

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  • obstructive-sleep-apnoea-small
    by Nancy Gulati
    Feb 22, 2017

    While running in and out of the outdoor patients Department, I often see obese people in the waiting area who are sleeping or snoring in day time. I wonder whether are they are unaware of a serious disorder called obstructive Sleep Apnoea. As a bariatr ...

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  • Great Reads On Bariatric Surgery 1
    by Dr. Yogesh Gautam
    Jan 11, 2017

    Last Sunday my son who is trying to lose weight asked me about bariatric surgery, what it is about .I tried and explained to him, how best I could. But I realized he could not make much out of it .We surgeons often explain things in medical jargons. We ta ...

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  • thu
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Jan 01, 2017

    As we come to the end of yet another year, today I would like to share something that I have learnt in the recent years. Now I feel and understand what elders use to mean by “getting mature with time”. When you start reflecting about how your year ...

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  • sm-thum-imgs-01
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    Sep 07, 2016

    Cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for 17.3 million deaths per year which is expected to grow to more than 23.6 million by 2030. In 2008, cardiovascular deaths represented 30 percent of all global deaths, with 80 pe ...

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  • sm-thum-imgs-02
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Aug 30, 2016

    Learning should never stop….because if it stops, your growth stops. “Learning never exhausts the mind.” Leonardo da Vinci With this philosophy, I enrolled myself for a course with Monash University titled “Food a ...

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  • sm-thum-imgs-03
    by Dr. Yogesh Gautam
    Aug 16, 2016

    It is raining heavily in Delhi, this year the incessant rains have brought in an early epidemic of Dengue Chickenguniya and Malaria. The sky is densely overcast, when the sun breaks out the heat and sultry humidity makes it tough even for the hardened wal ...

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  • my-bbq-food-list
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Jul 19, 2016

    When in Australia…and it’s a sunny weekend….you know what to do next…Yes you guessed it right….it’s time for a Barbecue…!!! I know it’s not the correct time to talk about healthy eating while you are planning for barbecue …. ...

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  • matters-of-the-heart
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    Jun 29, 2016

    Last week kept me busy with sudden sad news of my cousin in Chandigarh. A joyful gentleman, in his late 40’and a businessman by profession, he suffered a heart attack and had to undergo a bypass, as the angiography showed a triple vessel disease. Th ...

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  • ramadan-after-bariatric-surgery
    by Dr. Yogesh Gautam
    Jun 25, 2016

    We are into the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, and the Eid is around the corner, Delhi and the walled city in particular are celebrating Ramadan with full fervor and gaiety. The day begins well before sunlight with Sahrei the morning prayer and a su ...

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  • english-muffins-are-one-of-our-favorite-breakfast-option
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Jun 01, 2016

    English Muffins are one of our favourite breakfast option…I love the peculiar taste of it and specially the texture…..I often wondered why English Muffins are called so, I went to asking to someone who know’s all ,“Google” and found a lot abo ...

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  • a-word-of-gratitude
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Jun 01, 2016

    Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.” Denis Waitley The recent days have been very busy; they were filled with lo ...

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  • small-thumbnail-10
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    Nov 27, 2013

    Last evening I was at the south Delhi DMA meet with more than 200 specialist and physicians. It was a splendid moment sharing my view about current trends in Metabolic Surgery for Diabetes. To my surprise many of my colleagues still are unaware of the ...

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  • small-thumbnail-11
    by Ms. Purva Gulyani
    Nov 15, 2013

    World Diabetes day and Children’s day, wow what a co-incidence!! Not sure what to say , do I start with Diabetes and India, making of an Asian auto-destructive society or a B’Day celeberations of our own Chaha Nehru!!. Gone are those days when we ...

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  • small-thumbnail-12
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    Oct 19, 2013

    Wow!! Bariatric Surgery is in the news again!! A new research has found a link between bariatric surgery and aging. Bariatric surgery is found to alter signals in your genes to reverse the aging process. Losing weight and getting rid of the co-morbidi ...

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  • small-thumbnail-13
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    May 21, 2013

    his article in the newspaper today made me think hard. Toddlers with grey hair and an eight year old with high cholesterol !!!…where are we heading to? There are a bunch of other problems which indicate premature aging in children, such as ...

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  • small-thumbnail-14
    by Dr. Atul Peters
    May 14, 2012

    While having a conversation with one of my Bariatric patient in my office, I could not resist watching his cute and chubby boy fiddling with the fat analyzing machine. To distract his attention I called him and started a conversation with him. He too ( ...

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