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Weightwatchers

(ˈweɪtˌwɒtʃəz)
n
(Physiology) (functioning as singular) trademark an organization that assists people who want to lose weight
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On Tuesday, Benzinga Pro subscribers received two options alerts related to unusually large Weight Watchers option trades.
Since signing up as the face of Weight Watchers (and quitting drugs and marrying Ayda Field) he has cut down on decadent treats - especially any that clock up points on his diet plan.
Craig-Hallum analyst Alex Fuhrman reiterated a Buy rating and $120 price target on Weight Watchers. In a research note to investors, the analyst says he believes the upcoming Weight Watchers brand refresh, which is expected to be unveiled before the end of the year and possibly before the early-November Q3 report, could be a major positive catalyst for shares.
Coach Ruth Kennedy, right, and Sharon GENEROUS Weight Watchers members in Oxton have donated raffle and coffee money donations to the church where their weekly meeting is held towards the cost of a defibrillator.
A MUM who first decided to lose weight after feeling "middle-aged and frumpy" at the age of 25 is the star of a new TV advert for Weight Watchers.
Hazel Robinson is leader of five Weight Watchers groups in Stockton and Ingleby Barwick.
(Reuters) - Media mogul Oprah Winfrey sold a portion of her holdings in Weight Watchers International Inc, the former talk show host's production company Harpo Inc said on Tuesday.
Weight Watchers International is aiming to keep its Oprah Winfrey-fueled momentum going into the next decade.
Participating in a Weight Watchers program for one year helps keep more weight off than taking part in a three-month program or using self-help materials, according to a study published May 3,2017 in The Lancet.
The celebrity was able to resolve her weight issues when she joined Weight Watchers. After only 17 months on the program, Winfrey lost 42.5 lbs.
NEW ORLEANS -- Overweight and obese patients with inadequately controlled type 2 diabetes have a new evidence-based treatment option in the form of the standard commercial Weight Watchers program enhanced by telephone and email consultations with a certified diabetes educator.