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Fat tsar to tackle Solihull's overweight residents

25th April 2007
Fat tsar to tackle Solihull's overweight residents
Levels of obesity have trebled in Solihull since 1987, leading to a rise in cases of diabetes, heart attacks, colon cancer and hypertension at an added cost to local NHS services of nearly £900,000.

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Article Information

Title: Fat tsar to tackle Solihull's overweight residents
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 2663
Date Added: 25th Apr 2007

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Birmingham Post

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