University study suggests obesity surveys can be skewed by self-reporting.
I am a skeptic by nature, so when I see something that seems to go against a generally accepted narrative, my attention tends to be engaged. One such counterintuitive story came across the transom the other day. It dealt with the results of a study recently published in the journal Obesity about how all those statistics showing the states of the Deep South to be the "fattest" ones in the country may be incorrect. Apparently, those studies all use self-reported weights from ...
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