Frontline: Exercise vs. Genetics; Cervical Cancer Screenings; Supplements & Cardiovascular Disease

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Exercise Trumps Genetics in the Fight Against Obesity
Genetics is a factor women sometimes use to explain weight gain, but research suggests that, as women get older, exercise can help them

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