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New obesity guidelines shift focus to root causes instead of weight loss

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New guidelines for treating obesity call for a shift in focus to the root causes rather than weight loss alone. Those root causes can include genetics, trauma and mental-health issues, according to advice by Obesity Canada and the Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons.
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