The team at McCarty Weight Loss Center has decided that the following is the best plan of action to help keep our staff and patients as safe as possible. These are temporary changes recommended by the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control to help encourage social distancing in response to COVID-19:

Effective Friday, March 20, 2020 --

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This is a great article about a reporter who realizes just because he had gastric bypass surgery, it is still an addiction. His insightful reflections remind us that we all need support to keep us on track after surgery.

Lucio Tomich’s initial 170-pound weight loss after gastric bypass surgery was one of the reasons I had the same operation two years later.

As a reporter covering Framingham, I saw Lucio on several occasions and knew, like me, he was losing his battle with morbid obesity.

My weight affected virtually every aspect of my life, including my health, my work, my marriage and my self-image.

And, like millions of obese Americans, I struggled ineffectively to change a condition that threatened my professional and personal future.

During a 9-year period starting in 1994, my weight ballooned from a manageable 230 to nearly 400 pounds for reasons I only somewhat understand. According to the standard Body Mass Index, my weight placed me in the upper 1 percent of obese people worldwide.

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