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  • Bob

    Another myth about the cost. Obese people tend to die younger. More saved in the long run. We will not have to worry about SS running out as fast long term nursing care etc.  Yes it is a higher cost per year they live but factoring the most expensive years for people are the latter years in life Obesity may even save money. Poverty causes most obesity so those obese people dropping off sooner help .

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