Dr. Pam Peeke discusses a new survey detailing how women feel about the "O" word -- obesity -- as it relates to themselves, their children, family and friends. What does "obesity" mean to you? How do you think it affects you and your family? Read the latest blog post from Dr. Peeke, then come back here to share your comments.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:What the "O" Word Means to WomenDr. Pam Peeke discusses a new survey detailing how women feel about the "O" word -- obesity -- as it relates to themselves, their children, family and friends. <i><b>What does "obesity" mean to you? How do you think it affects you and your family? </b></i><a href="http://blogs.webmd.com/pamela-peeke-md/2010/10/what-the-o-word-means-to-women.html">Read the latest blog post from Dr. Peeke,</a> then come back here to share your comments. <i><b><br /></b></i>
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