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What percent of Americans are overweight or obese
Weegy: 15-25 percent of American children and adolescents are now obese. (More)
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the u.s. population has become increasingly sedentary because
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The U.S. population has become increasingly sedentary because A. people use more automated equipment at home and work B. physical education is required in schools C. people have more free time than in the past D. both A and B
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The U.S. population has become increasingly sedentary because people use more automated equipment at home and work.
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the u.s. population has become increasingly sedentary because
Weegy: the u.s. population has become increasingly sedentary because People spend more time engaged in sitting behaviors at home and at work. (More)
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All of the following are methods of reducing risk for CVD EXCEPT A. not smoking. B. reducing your intake of saturated fat and cholesterol. C. increasing triglycerides in your blood. D. increasing exercise
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All of the following are methods of reducing risk for CVD EXCEPT: increasing triglycerides in your blood.

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