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Genes are a likely contributor to obesity if A. you became obese between ages 35 and 50. B. you ve lost weight before but gained it back due to lack of physical activity. C. you have a third
cousin who is overweight. D. both of your parents are obese
Genes are a likely contributor to obesity if : D. both of your parents are obese
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