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Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children? A Review of the Literature
Luisa MiranoNorthwest-Shoals Community College
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In recent years, policymakers and medical experts have expressed alarm about the growing problem of childhood obesity in the United States. While most agree that the issue deserves attention, consensus dissolves around how to respond to the problem.…...

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