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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admitted that people who are slightly overweight have a lower risk of death than those with a normal body-mass index and that underweight people are at even greater risk. Fat people, however, are still more likely to have bad knees.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admitted that people who are slightly overweight have a lower risk of death than those with a normal body-mass index and that underweight people are at even greater risk. Fat people, however, are still more likely to have bad knees.

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