Vague, superficial advice given by doctors to patients living with obesity

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A new research study published today in Family Practice, published by Oxford University Press, finds that when doctors tell patients living with obesity to lose weight the guidance they give is generally vague, superficial, and commonly not supported by scientific evidence.

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