Kansas City leaders are seeking citizen input on how to get people to smoke less, lose weight, exercise more, eat better and, with luck, reduce the high incidence of diabetes.
Kansas City leaders are seeking citizen input on how to get people to smoke less, lose weight, exercise more, eat better and, with luck, reduce the high incidence of diabetes. AP file photo AP
Kansas City leaders are seeking citizen input on how to get people to smoke less, lose weight, exercise more, eat better and, with luck, reduce the high incidence of diabetes. AP file photo AP

Kansas City group wants answers: How do we fight smoking, obesity?

June 25, 2014 10:19 AM

UPDATED June 25, 2014 05:31 PM

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