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Still getting fatter



Still getting fatter



Nursing Standard 1987) 9(24): 8-8



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">English people continue to get fatter, smoke and eat badly, despite a government drive to reduce obesity, heart disease and promote healthier eating habits, a health department report revealed last week.

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