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What should the government do to solve the obesity problem?

Judith Salerno
Geriatric Medicine

Dr. Judy Salerno, executive officer of the Institute of Medicine, says the government's role in the obesity problem is to protect those who are most vulnerable. Learn more by watching the video.


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