Op-Ed

October 8, 2012 12:00 AM

Wellness programs for workers can tip scales against obesity

We Kentuckians sure are a competitive bunch. After all, we live in a state that is home to some of the top college athletic programs in the nation. We don't like to lose. But when it comes to obesity levels in our state, we have to face it: We're losing badly.

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