It's another contradiction shoppers will have to bring with them to the store — and at the worst of times. A government study, released just at the start of the high-calorie holiday season, found that people who are up to 25 pounds overweight are in no great danger of dying from cancer or heart disease. The results back up research from two years ago by the same government scientists that also showed being overweight was not an automatic death sentence. On the contrary, those classified as ...

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