Ozempic shortage fueled by people using the drug for weight loss #weightloss Weight Loss
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Ozempic, a drug developed to treat diabetes, has become known for its weight-loss side effects. This growing popularity has led to a shortage of the medication and outrage from people with diabetes. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports for TODAY, and Dr. Natalie Azar weighs in on how it works and what happens when you stop taking it for weight loss.
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I don’t understand why people would use Ozempic as a form of weight loss drug but those same people refuses to get vaccinated against COVID 19? You’re still injecting a drug into your body which is the same as getting vaccinated. If you’re going to use Ozempic to lose weight, you might as well get vaccinated against COVID 19 as well.