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“The prospect of investing in something that all our friends are using seems to be as irresistible as super-sizing a fast-food meal -- and can be equally bad for our fiscal health.”
“And for an easy, delicious way to avoid super-sizing meals, look to the Mexican custom of having a serving of soup as a starter course.”
“Texas will soon be super-sizing its commitment to wind power, proving the adage that everything is, indeed, “bigger in Texas.””
“Snacking definitely plays a role" in obesity, along with poor dietary choices, "portion distortion" (or the super-sizing of foods and meals) and a decline in physical activity, says pediatrician Nazrat Mirza, director of an obesity clinic at Children's National Medical Center in the District.”
“Of the 100,000 images customers uploaded over the past year for super-sizing — about 750 alone during this year ' s Cyber Monday sales — most are innocuous like those from Lee Woods.”
“Fathead Customers over the past year have uploaded about 100,000 images to fathead.com for super-sizing into cut-out vinyl wall graphics.”
“This super-sizing idea that has been loaded on us is at the heart of why America is so unhealthy today.”
“Armed with this information, you may be able to transport the family and friends without super-sizing your vehicle, saving money that could be used for college.”
“In fact, this acidification has been blamed for everything from killing off coral to aiding algae and even super-sizing fish ear bones.”
“BEIJING China is super-sizing its children as fast as its economy, prompting fears of an American-style obesity crisis here.”
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