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Is obesity still a problem in the U.S.?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Eating right and exercising have gotten a lot of attention in the media in recent years, but are they working? In this video, Dr. Robin Miller talks about whether the obesity epidemic in America is getting better or worse.

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