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    unique to each case

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    A doctor says: When we work with someone who has a weight problem, it’s
    important to figure out the medicinal, nutritional, environmental,
    and hormonal causes of weight gain that are unique to each
    case.


    Does it mean that there is not the same cause of an overweight and everyone gains weight from different causes? Is it what "unique to each case" means?
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    Re: unique to each case

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    A doctor says: When we work with someone who has a weight problem, it’s
    important to figure out the medicinal, nutritional, environmental,
    and hormonal causes of weight gain that are unique to each
    case. ....or unique to each person


    Does it mean that there is not the same cause of an overweight and everyone gains weight from different causes? Is it what "unique to each case" means? Yes.
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