More and more people are fighting obesity, heart disease and diabetes in Africa and around the world. But one of America's top health officials says governments and local organizations can help reduce the risk and save lives. She's Dr. Nadine Gracia, a deputy to the US Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Director of the agency's office of Minority Health. She's shares some of her key insights in today's One on One with Peter Clottey.
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