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By Talea Miller
In the second in his series of reports from China on global health issues, Ray Suarez reports on the dramatic increase in obesity as the country's growing class of educated and well-paid consumers adopt some Western-style shopping and eating habits.
A new study finds that obesity rates grew 37 percent from 1998 to 2008 and account for 10 percent of the nation's health care spending. The author of the report speaks with Gwen Ifill about health concerns in the U.S.
When Boeing unveiled its latest jet, the 787 Dreamliner, there was no actual airplane -- it was a virtual rollout. The NewsHour reports on how virtual technologies are changing the airplane manufacturing process.
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