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Need to lose weight but not sure where to start? We talked with a registered dietitian.

Fresno Bee health reporter Barbara Anderson chats with Kim Tirapelle, a registered dietitian at Kaiser Permanente Thrive in Fresno, on how to lose weight and keep it off. This video first appeared Wednesday on The Fresno Bee's Facebook page @fresnobee.
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Need to lose weight but not sure where to start? We talked with a registered dietitian. 31:22

Need to lose weight but not sure where to start? We talked with a registered dietitian.

Here's what you need to know about E. coli 0:45

Here's what you need to know about E. coli

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Blinded temporarily by staring at your phone? There's a name for that

Man with rare disorder's excitement over meeting Santa captures millions of hearts 0:35

Man with rare disorder's excitement over meeting Santa captures millions of hearts