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    I worry because there is not 1 cause, so there can't be 1 solution. If it is offered as another possible option then maybe it could work, but as a preventative? A vaccine? A one-size-fits-all miracle jab? No, it doesn't sit right.

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    I think if there was strict criteria then yes I would support it. If it's 60kg healthy woman who only needs to lose 3 kg, then no.

    If it's someone with metabolism problems, or so chronically overweight they simply can't exercise and other measures haven't worked, then yes.

    From a financial and an emotional perspective it's good to have healthy weight so they don't place a drain on the medical system and don't go thru emotional issues such as depression, bullying etc.

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    Sounds to good to be true.....

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    Why are the studying working women and discussing them in the story - more men are "obese" than women. Obviously just another self-esteem damaging marketing ploy.

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    Why are the studying working women and discussing them in the story - more men are "obese" than women. Obviously just another self-esteem damaging marketing ploy.
    Can't have fat women running around yanno, how disgusting :eyeroll:

    (I noticed this too)

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