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Physicians Urged To Screen Adults For Obesity And Offer Intensive Nutrition And Fitness Counseling

Doctors in the U.S. are being urged to screen adults for obesity during regular check-ups by routinely calculating patients’ BMI (body mass index). A government panel recently renewed calls for more thorough monitoring of patients’ weight, suggesting that checking a person’s body mass index or BMI is in many cases as crucial to good health …

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