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Diets Don't Work Long-Term, Research Finds
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Diets Don't Work Long-Term, Research Finds

Diets Don't Work Long-Term, Research Finds

Diets Don't Work Long-Term, Research Finds
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Researchers who have examined many studies on diets conclude that in the long run, they are likely not to work. Dr. Sydney Spiesel, a practicing pediatrician and medical columnist for the online magazine Slate, talks with Madeleine Brand about the study and about how to help children stay healthy and lose weight.

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