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Mexico Tackles Obesity

Mexico Tackles Obesity
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Mexico’s health officials open a new clinic for obese patients, which offers not only affordable surgery but also advice on how to live healthy.

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7:44PM PST on Feb 28, 2012


5:52PM PST on Feb 27, 2012

Vicky P. I believe that for an alleged 1st world nation, America is the very worse, just walk down any isle. Yeks, then count how many handicap carts there are, and the only handicap is...Fat.

6:56AM PST on Feb 11, 2012

It's sad that obesity has become so wide spread but wonderful that clinics are opening up to help persons in need. A problem to this is that many people cannot financially afford clinical visits so I would like to present substantial scientific findings located at under the clinical studies tab that are suggesting obesity may be coming to a halt soon. These are very interesting results of the TNO Studies and a much less expensive way possibly for individuals to receive the help needed if clinical visits are just not an option.

12:49PM PST on Feb 9, 2012

Obesity is everywhere in the world, and believe it or not, America isn't the worse.

6:27AM PST on Feb 9, 2012

no one teach children about food and we take the easy way out and say yes!!!

11:51PM PST on Feb 8, 2012

Check thyroid too.

9:40PM PST on Feb 8, 2012


5:08PM PST on Feb 8, 2012

Obesity is everywhere. Congraulations to Mexico and it's efforts to reduce it!

2:56PM PST on Feb 8, 2012

half of the world starving to death, and other with obesity...

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