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June 25, 2014 10:19 AM

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

Civic and business leaders, tired of seeing Kansas City ranked as one of the fattest, unhealthiest cities in the nation, have created a Healthy KC Commission. 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.

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