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Obesity is rising faster in the countryside than in cities, study finds

Obesity is a big problem. Image: REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian

Kate Kelland

Correspondent, Reuters

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a, Trends are shown for women in each region. b, Trends are shown for men in each region. The lines show the posterior mean estimates and the shaded areas show the 95% credible intervals. Image: Nature

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