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In schizophrenia patients, a structured education program may help reduce weight: Study

In schizophrenia patients, a structured education program may help reduce weight. Schizophrenics face a higher risk of weight gain and obesity, and are more likely to develop diabetes and heart disease. Additionally, weight gain may be a reason why patients … The post In schizophrenia patients, a structured education program may help reduce weight: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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