Lower income may be barrier to weight loss

08/21/2014 | Science World Report

A study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine says poorer individuals were less likely to address obesity through exercise or reduced consumption of sweets compared with those who are more affluent and can afford weight-loss programs. Lower-income people also preferred to use weight-loss pills, which may not be beneficial in the long run, researchers said.

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