FDA approves electronic device for battle of the bulge

The latest radical weight-loss tool will come with batteries included. Federal regulators on Wednesday approved a surgically implanted device that zaps the nerves connecting the stomach and brain, thus suppressing…

The latest radical weight-loss tool will come with batteries included. Federal regulators on Wednesday approved a surgically implanted device that zaps the nerves connecting the stomach and brain, thus suppressing…

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