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In low-income countries, people with cars, televisions and computers at home are far more likely to be obese than people with no such conveniences, researchers said Monday.Televisions were the most common electronic device in developing countries – 78 percent of households had one – followed by 34 percent that owned a computer and 32 percent with a car.Just 4 percent of people in low-income countries had all three, compared to 83 percent of people in high-income countries.The obesity prevalence in developing countries rose from 3.4 percent among those that owned no devices to 14.5 percent for those that owned all three.
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