Share
Copy

Wisconsin Woman: From 427 Pounds to Triathlete

Aimee Smith underwent gastric bypass surgery, hit the gym after years of health issues.
01:55 | 01/15/2013

Transcript for Wisconsin Woman: From 427 Pounds to Triathlete

My knees hurt my back heard my -- high blood pressure as pre diabetic. You know I was going down the -- bad path. Amy Smith knew she was date but since -- scale only went to 300 pounds she didn't know... See More
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.
Now on ABC News is always on.
Coming Up
5:15 PM ET
Entertainment Pop
5:30 PM ET
Headlines & Weather
5:45 PM ET
Tech This Out
6:00 PM ET
News Pop
6:30 PM ET
Headlines & Weather
MORE VIDEO
Sections
Shows

Allergy Sufferers Head to Salt Caves in Search of Relief

Allergy Sufferers Head to Salt Caves in Search of Relief

The man-made salt cave in Maryland is composed of 22 tons of Himalayan rock crystals.

Can Breastfeeding Be Beneficial to a Mother's Health?

Can Breastfeeding Be Beneficial to a Mother's Health?

One researcher says that breastfeeding may be good for more than just a child.

What's in Your Toothpaste? Some Contain Plastic Microbeads

What's in Your Toothpaste? Some Contain Plastic Microbeads

A major manufacturer is removing the tiny plastic particles from its toothpaste.

Ebola Survivor Dr. Kent Brantly Urges Action From Congress

Ebola Survivor Dr. Kent Brantly Urges Action From Congress

U.S. government is planning new aid to Ebola-ravaged West Africa.

Ebola Experts Testify Before Senate Panel

Ebola Experts Testify Before Senate Panel

Senate hears testimony as the White House announces plan to aid in fight against deadly virus in West Africa.

Obama: 'In West Africa Ebola Is Now an Epidemic'

Obama: 'In West Africa Ebola Is Now an Epidemic'

The president discusses his plan to battle the deadly outbreak in Africa.

Experts Weigh in on the Progress of Cancer Research

Experts Weigh in on the Progress of Cancer Research

ABC News’ Dr. Richard Besser is joined by a panel of experts to discuss the AACR Cancer Progress Report.

Too Little Sleep May Cause False Memory

Too Little Sleep May Cause False Memory

A study in "Psychological Science" links sleep deprivation to false memories.

President Obama Prepares to Announce Expansion of Ebola Aid

President Obama Prepares to Announce Expansion of Ebola Aid

US expected to increase efforts to help combat the outbreak in Africa.

George the Goldfish Swims After Lifesaving Surgery

George the Goldfish Swims After Lifesaving Surgery

The 45-minute surgery to remove a life-threatening tumor cost $200.

Respiratory Virus Cases Reported in More States

Respiratory Virus Cases Reported in More States

The potentially deadly enterovirus D-68 presents danger to young children.

Model Gets Makeup Acne to Understand Her Sister's Skin Condition

Model Gets Makeup Acne to Understand Her Sister's Skin Condition

The experiment offers this model insight into what her younger sister has felt like for years.

The Beauty Secrets of Charcoal

The Beauty Secrets of Charcoal

There's a reason why the light black residue is making a move from the backyard grill to your face.

New Study Reveals the Real Reasons Teens Are Having Sex

New Study Reveals the Real Reasons Teens Are Having Sex

It’s not just peer pressure that influences kids to have sex, according to new findings.

Mysterious Respiratory Virus Spreads to More US States

Mysterious Respiratory Virus Spreads to More US States

CDC officials warn parents to be vigilant as more children are affected with the potentially dangerous virus.