Experts: Obesity to curb life expectancy in U.S.

An expert at a meeting in London last week said he thinks life expectancy will decline in the U.S. within the next 50 years as a direct result of the obesity epidemic, but didn't project how much it would drop. University of Illinois professor Jay Olshansky said his research would be released in the next six weeks.

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