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Is Obesity 'Contagious'?

 Living in a neighborhood with a high rate of obesity might raise the odds that you and your children will become plus-sized, too.

That's according to a new study involving more than 1,500 U.S. Army families. The researchers say their findings may help explain why high obesity rates in the United States tend to cluster in certain geographic areas.

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