Aetna Promotes Personalized Weight-loss Options

Facebook bans woman’s weight loss photo

Blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar also decreased among participants. Building from the clinical evidence, Aetna is collaborating with Eisai and VIVUS to offer a pilot program to self-insured plan sponsors. The pilot includes outreach to high-risk members and doctors about covered weight-loss options. To support weight loss and positive lifestyle changes, members who qualify and begin treatment with BELVIQ or Qsymia receive free premium membership to the mobile app Lose It! by signing up through Aetna Navigator and CarePass.
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Largest U.S. Weight-Loss Study Shows Long-Term Weight Control is Possible with Intensive Lifestyle Intervention (ILI)

ILI was superior to Diabetes Support and Education (DSE), the dr oz garcinia cambogia standard treatment for diabetes, using several criteria, including percentage of initial weight lost at year 1 (8.5% ILI vs. 0.6% DSE) and kept off at year 8 (4.7% ILI vs. 2.1% DSE). (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120531/DC16753LOGO ) “Obesity is associated with multiple health conditions, including type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, impaired physical function, and depression, and a 5 percent reduction in initial weight can have significant benefits on health,” said study author Thomas Wadden, PhD, of the University of Pennsylvania.
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The photo was removed, and Facebook reportedly told her that it violated the site’s policy by promoting “idealized physical appearances.” According to KING 5, a Facebook representative said the photo was rejected because McKenna had paid to “boost” the picture, which would help it to reach a larger audience. Because of this, Facebook considered the photo an advertisement. Facebooks terms require advertisers of weight loss and other adult products to limit the audience of their ads to people aged 18 and over, the spokesperson told KING 5. McKenna tweeted a reply to that argument on Friday: “Hey, Facebook! What ‘products’ am I promoting?!
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