Health Rewind: 25 Percent of Women Are Obese Before Pregnancy

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Eating Healthy Can Cost $550 Extra a Year

We know that eating healthy is important to maintain optimal health, but the cost of doing that can be a barrier for many of us. A new study found that the healthiest diets in the U.S. can cost up to $1.50 per day, which can add up to $550 extra a year. But the good news: This number is much lower than researchers expected and the investment is worth it, CNN.com reported.

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