Anti-obesity group wants more emphasis on weight loss, exercise

06/17/2011 | National Journal

The STOP Obesity Alliance is urging physicians to engage patients in talks about weight and to recommend exercise even if they believe people may not take the advice. The group also says the success of weight-loss programs should be based on whether a person loses a minimum of 5% to 10% of their body weight and keeps it off.

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