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College-aged women in the UK say they would trade longevity for an ideal body weight. ... 320 women studying at 20 British universities (ages 18-65; average, 24.49) completed a survey in March.
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An editorialist suggested that obesity is overtaking the health care benefits of smoking cessation. ... The U.S. government offers women's weight loss advice here.
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