In today's edition of "There's-No-Such-Thing-as-a-Quick Fix," Rosie O'Donnell told Dr. Oz that—despite her more than 50 lb. recent weight loss—gastric bypass surgery has not been her proverbial magic bullet. According to a 2012 study in "The Scientific World Journal," O'Donnell is not alone—emotional eating is a virtually untreated risk factor for outcome following bariatric surgery. In other words, a nip or tuck may fix the physical, but there's still psychological work to be done. Have you or anyone you know had bariatric surgery? Has there been unexpected emotional fallout? Let us know in the comments.