Are Chemicals Contributing to the Obesity Epidemic?

Although there is growing concern that everyday chemicals may contribute to weight woes, more research is needed.

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Why are more than two-thirds of adults and about one-third of kids in the US overweight or obese? Two key factors in weight control are our eating habits and physical

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