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    Dr. Decotiis Contributes to National Enquirer – VAL KILMER: I’M NOT SCARY SKINNY – I’M MARK TWAIN

Dr. Decotiis Contributes to National Enquirer – VAL KILMER: I’M NOT SCARY SKINNY – I’M MARK TWAIN

Samuel Clemens to blame for Tombstone star’s “vanishing” act, says Val. Vanishing Val Kilmer has sparked alarm after shocking new photos emerged, depicting the former Hollywood stud as skeletal and sickly. Back in 2013, the “Top Gun” star appeared bloated and overweight – a condition he told The National ENQUIRER was because of the long, sedentary hours he had logged toiling over a screenplay about writer Mark Twain. Read More: http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/val-kilmer-im-not-scary-skinny-im-mark-twain-dammit
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    Dr. Decotiis on Fox News – How to protect yourself from getting the flu

Dr. Decotiis on Fox News – How to protect yourself from getting the flu

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    Dr. Decotiis on Better Show – What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Dr. Decotiis on Better Show – What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

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    Dr. Decotiis on Fox News Happening Now – Rare virus may be behind spike in respiratory illness

Dr. Decotiis on Fox News Happening Now – Rare virus may be behind spike in respiratory illness

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    Dr. DeCotiis on Fox News Happening Now – Zero-calorie sweeteners can raise blood sugar level

Dr. DeCotiis on Fox News Happening Now – Zero-calorie sweeteners can raise blood sugar level

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Dr. Decotiis on PIX11 – The truth about body fat

Dr. Decotiis on Fox News – What is medical weight loss?

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    Dr. Decotiis Contributes to Fox News – 11 foods that make you hungrier

Dr. Decotiis Contributes to Fox News – 11 foods that make you hungrier

Feeling hungry? You should eat. But what if the foods you’re eating actually make you hungrier than you were before you dug in? It’s a more common conundrum than you might think. “Hunger is a result of many complex interactions that occur in the stomach, intestines, brain, pancreas, and bloodstream,” said weight-loss specialist and board-certified internist Dr. Sue Decotiis. Problem is, it’s a circuit that’s easily hijacked. Here are 11 foods that can make you feel like you’re running on empty—even when your stomach is stuffed. Read More: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/07/29/11-foods-that-make-hungrier/
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    Dr. Decotiis Contributes to The Daily Meal – 10 Dieting Myths You Have to Stop Believing

Dr. Decotiis Contributes to The Daily Meal – 10 Dieting Myths You Have to Stop Believing

Losing weight is tough and it can often be an uphill battle for most people. So everyone is looking for a quick fix or a simple solution to shedding the pounds. And one thing there is no shortage of is the number of ever-increasing dieting myths that have many people running in circles when it comes to getting in better shape. The Daily Meal sat down with Dr. Sue Decotiis, a board certified doctor based in New York City with a specialty in medical weight loss and hormone replacement therapy, to talk about the biggest and most flagrant dieting myths that […]
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    Dr. Decotiis Contributes to The Daily Meal – 10 Work Snacks That Are Making You Sleepy

Dr. Decotiis Contributes to The Daily Meal – 10 Work Snacks That Are Making You Sleepy

During a long grueling day on the job, particularly if you sit behind a desk, snacks become an integral part of how you eat and how you make it through the day. If you choose the right snacks, they can be energy-boosting and stave off hunger until it’s time for the next meal. However, many people are unwittingly snacking on things that do the exact opposite. Instead of a boost of energy, snacks can trigger overall sleepiness. Read More: http://www.thedailymeal.com/10-work-snacks-are-making-you-sleepy