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Michelle Obama Uses Hip Hop to Target Obesity

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First lady Michelle Obama backs a hip-hop album aimed at reducing obesity throughout the country. The album, which includes songs like “Veggie Luv” by Monifah and J Rome, “Hip Hop LEAN” by Artie Green and “Give Myself a Try” by Ryan Beatty, will be released on Sept. 30 by the nonprofit organization Partnership for a Healthier America(Photo: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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