West Virginia Tackles Obesity Problem West Virginia's residents are consistently ranked among the most overweight in the country, and the state budget is feeling the pinch. Now, Medicaid recipients in West Virginia have a new treatment option: Weight Watchers.
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West Virginia Tackles Obesity Problem

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West Virginia Tackles Obesity Problem

West Virginia Tackles Obesity Problem

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West Virginia's residents are consistently ranked among the most overweight in the country, and the state budget is feeling the pinch. Now, Medicaid recipients in West Virginia have a new treatment option: Weight Watchers.

Anna Sale reports for West Virginia Public Broadcasting.