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www.bruceharrison.net

Bruce Harrison is a freelance journalist living in Seoul, South Korea. 

He has filed stories about the Koreas from politics to security to sports for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Voice of America, Rivet Radio and others. 

Bruce spent three years as a copy-editor and anchor at KBS World Radio in Seoul. He also spent time on camera at Korea's Arirang TV as the host of "Around the World" during the network's flagship news program "News Center."

In the United States, Bruce was a staff reporter at CBS affiliate the Voice of Kansas, 580 WIBW, and the Kansas Information Network.
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Milwaukee Jewish social justice organization marks 20 years of gift giving

14 Dec 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Tikkun Ha-Ir, a Milwaukee Jewish social justice organization, celebrates its 20th year of organizing a gift drive for those in need. Executive Director Sami Stein Avner emphasizes the drive's alignment with Jewish values and community involvement. The drive, running from December 14-17, will distribute donations to 13 local non-profits aiding low-income individuals and domestic abuse survivors. Volunteers will also prepare and serve Christmas dinner at Congregation Sinai and Cathedral Center.

Eye drop murder: Sentencing delayed, Jessy Kurczewski's lawyers withdraw from case

07 Dec 2023  |  nbc26.com
Jessy Kurczewski's sentencing for the murder and financial fraud of her family friend, Lynn Hernan, has been postponed due to a 37-year-page letter introduced by the prosecution, alleging Kurczewski instructed a friend to forge documents and create a fake audio tape. The letter led to her defense attorneys, Pablo Galaviz and Donna Kuchler, withdrawing from the case. Kurczewski faces a mandatory life sentence for homicide and up to ten years for two fraud charges. A hearing is scheduled in January to review the status of a new public defender.

Racine Waterworks approves proposal for work on lead lateral removal

06 Dec 2023  |  tmj4.com
Racine's Waterworks Commission has approved CDM Smith's proposal to collaborate with Racine Water Utility on the Lead Service Line Replacement Program. The program aims to replace 130 public and 100 private lead lines in 2024, with an estimated cost of $1.5 million. The project, which will focus on specific areas in Racine, is funded by state and federal sources and offers free private lead lateral replacement in targeted and emergency situations.

City moves closer to new pedestrian mall on near south side

05 Dec 2023  |  tmj4.com
The Milwaukee City Plan Commission has approved an ordinance to create a pedestrian mall on S. 24th Street, which will feature a park with plants, trees, and a turf soccer field. The project, led by the MPS Department of Facilities and Maintenance Services, has received support from local residents and officials, including Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa. Concerns about parking and maintenance have been addressed, and the plan awaits further approval before construction bidding can begin.

Milwaukee couple creates company to collect Christmas trees after city stops curbside pick-ups

01 Dec 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Milwaukee has abruptly ended curbside Christmas tree pickup, prompting Alyssa and Sam Wisneski to create 'Milwaukee Tree Pick Up' to help residents dispose of their trees and support the Milwaukee Diaper Mission. The new service will start on December 26, 2023, with a fee of $25 for December and January pickups. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources clarified that holiday trees are considered yard waste, leading to the city's policy change. The city will hold a special meeting to discuss the new policy and will provide drop-off centers and temporary sites for tree disposal.

Rivals come together in offseason for holiday fundraiser

25 Nov 2023  |  tmj4.com
Wauwatosa East and West baseball teams and families set up their annual Christmas tree lot at Leff's Lucky Town to raise funds for both teams. The event, which has been hosted by Leff's for at least 15 years, features 500 trees for sale, with prices ranging from $60 to $120. The fundraiser is a collaborative effort that strengthens community bonds and also supports local businesses.

The Schoolhouse Gang prepares for first hunt without leader, mentor

17 Nov 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The Schoolhouse Gang, a deer camp in Marshfield, Wisconsin, is preparing for its first hunting season without its leader and mentor, Alex 'Butch' Modesti, who recently passed away due to complications from leukemia. The camp, once an old elementary school, was bought by Modesti's father in the late 1960s and has been a place for camaraderie, storytelling, and hunting. Blair Pfeffer, a member of the camp, and Marlin Laidlaw, an honorary member, shared their memories of Modesti and the traditions of the camp. Despite the loss, the group plans to continue the legacy of mentoring and togetherness that Modesti exemplified.

Michael Mattioli murder trial: Jury selected, opening statements begin

06 Nov 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The homicide trial of former Milwaukee Police officer Michael Mattioli began with opening statements. Mattioli is charged with first-degree reckless homicide in the death of Joel Acevedo following a fight at Mattioli's home on April 19, 2020. The prosecution argues Acevedo died from traumatic chest compression caused by Mattioli, while the defense claims Acevedo's death was due to a combination of drug use and pre-existing medical conditions. The jury selection process led to a panel of 14 jurors. Mattioli, who has been out on bail, faces up to 40 years in prison and 20 years of supervised release if convicted.

Michael Mattioli murder trial: Day 2 begins with witness testimony

06 Nov 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The second day of the murder trial against former Milwaukee police officer Michael Mattioli began with witness testimonies. Mattioli is accused of causing the death of Joel Acevedo by putting him in a chokehold during a fight. The prosecution argues that Acevedo died from traumatic chest compression, while the defense claims Acevedo's death was due to pre-existing medical conditions and drug use. Jury selection was completed with a panel of 14 jurors. The trial is expected to last a week, and Mattioli faces up to 60 years in prison if convicted.

Milwaukee Fire Department poised to return fire station, med unit if budget approved

11 Oct 2023  |  TMJ4 News
The Milwaukee Fire Department is set to reinstate a fire station and a medical unit in 2024 contingent on the approval of its budget. During a city budget hearing, Fire Chief Aaron Lipski outlined the department's objectives and financial requirements, highlighting the benefits of the state's new shared revenue bill for first responders. The department's proposed budget for 2024 is $145,145,416, which is an increase from the previous year and would allow for an increase in daily staffing. The department also aims to enhance response times and staff diversity. The Fire and Police Commission presented its budget as well, focusing on emergency management improvements for the upcoming Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, including a new citywide alert system. The FPC's budget request for 2024 is $5,138,099.

In career shift, Omar Bravo finds passion pursuit in Milwaukee's South Side

10 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Omar Bravo, originally from Puerto Rico, transitioned from a long career in financial services to a community liaison role at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Milwaukee. In this position, he supports families, particularly those with Hispanic backgrounds, and manages various community outreach initiatives. Bravo's dedication to his new role and the community is evident, and he expresses no desire to return to his previous career. His work is highly valued by colleagues and the community alike.

Eye drop murder: Sentencing delayed, Jessy Kurczewski's lawyers withdraw from case

05 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The sentencing of Jessy Kurczewski, convicted of financial fraud and homicide in the death of Lynn Hernan, has been delayed. A newly introduced letter allegedly from Kurczewski, instructing a friend to forge documents and create a fake audio tape, has led to her defense attorneys withdrawing from the case. The letter's authenticity and origin are under investigation. Kurczewski denies writing the letter and claims her defense's withdrawal has negatively impacted her case. A hearing is scheduled for January to review the status of a new public defender. Kurczewski faces a mandatory life sentence for homicide and additional years for fraud charges.

Milwaukee firefighter takes fall while fighting house fire at 29th and Scott

Leading LGBTQ+ organization, advocate question mayor's choice of new liaison

05 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Luke Olson, a prominent member of Milwaukee's LGBTQ+ community, was appointed as the city's LGBTQ+ Liaison by Mayor Cavalier Johnson. The decision faced criticism from Chris Allen, CEO of Diverse and Resilient, and other community advocates who questioned Olson's ability to represent LGBTQ+ communities of color effectively. The Mayor's office defended the appointment, citing positive feedback from several prominent LGBTQ+ community members. Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa also supported Olson's nomination. The city is reviewing complaints received via email and social media.

City leaders encourage public to share surveillance camera location, access

05 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Milwaukee Police are encouraging residents and business owners with surveillance cameras to join a registry and share video footage through the Community Connect Milwaukee program. The initiative, in partnership with Fusus, aims to streamline the sharing process and provide real-time information to aid investigations. While city leaders and some business representatives support the program for its potential to deter crime, privacy advocates express concerns about surveillance and the need for oversight. The program is voluntary, and private donors are funding the technology.

Cancer patient shares a unique gift with doctors helping in his fight

05 Oct 2023  |  WGBA NBC 26 in Green Bay
Lawrence Murphy, a cancer patient diagnosed with stage III clear cell carcinoma, has been creating custom lab coats for the doctors treating him, each depicting the doctor's background and treatment plans. Murphy, who previously worked as an industrial designer at GE Healthcare, finds solace in his artistic endeavors and continues to inspire others as a teacher at the Milwaukee Institute for Art and Design. His latest creation was presented to Dr. Lindsay Puckett at Froedtert Hospital, where he expressed immense gratitude for the life-changing work of his medical team.

SoHi Lofts owner says could be months before evacuated tenants return

03 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The SoHi Lofts in Milwaukee have been evacuated due to safety concerns, with repairs potentially taking months. Richard Sciortino, principal owner of Brinshore Development, expressed embarrassment and frustration over the situation, citing denied loan requests and a lack of awareness about the hazardous state of the building's rear stairs. The Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS) had issued multiple repair orders over the past two years, culminating in an emergency evacuation. Brinshore plans to submit repair plans to the city and will cover interim costs for displaced tenants.

Green Bay Packers fans embrace training camp, ready for rain and heat

01 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Hundreds of Green Bay Packers fans attended the first day of training camp despite potential rain and rising temperatures. Fans like Eric Ellis and Bethany Galligan expressed their unwavering support and preparedness for the weather. Mike Riley, visiting from Ohio, described his visit to Lambeau Field as a dream come true. The Packers organization is adhering to NFL hydration protocols and has contingency plans for indoor practice if necessary.

Local couple fought, changed health outcomes for dementia sufferers: 'Motivated by love, driven by anger'

01 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Larry Gnatzig, a retired church administrator, has dedicated his retirement to advocating for better healthcare outcomes for dementia sufferers after his partner, Jeff Tucker, was diagnosed with frontotemporal degeneration. Facing initial denial of disability services due to perceived discrimination, Gnatzig fought to secure Tucker's benefits and went on to influence policy changes at state and federal levels. His efforts led to improved screenings for early-onset dementia and mandatory LGBTQ sensitivity training for county workers. Despite the challenges, Gnatzig remains committed to his partner, cherishing the moments when Tucker's personality shines through his illness.

Family grateful son is alive after teen hit by car on Fond du Lac

01 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
A 14-year-old boy, Malachi Willis, was hit by a car on Fond du Lac Avenue in Milwaukee while fleeing an alleged attacker. The driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with the police investigation. Willis sustained a liver laceration and multiple cuts and bruises but is expected to recover without surgery. The family expressed gratitude towards everyone who helped and does not blame the driver for the incident.

Veteran couple in Port Washington supports fellow vets by donating proceeds from their winery

01 Oct 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
A veteran couple, CJ and Jim Wirsching-Neuser, who own Vines to Cellar winery in Port Washington, have been supporting fellow veterans by donating proceeds from their business. They have raised $5,000 for veterans' families at Fisher House and offer various discounts and support for veterans. Both have extensive military service, with CJ still working full-time for the VA. Their winery, which also offers wine tasting and making, is a member of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce and is dog-friendly.

UAW workers striking in Milwaukee support Biden joining picket line in Detroit

26 Sep 2023  |  WGBA NBC 26 in Green Bay
Union auto workers from UAW Local 75 on strike in Milwaukee expressed support for President Biden's participation in a picket line in Detroit, highlighting the historic nature of his involvement. The UAW has expanded its strike to include GM and Stellantis parts and distribution centers, demanding double-digit pay increases and improved benefits. Biden has urged the Big 3 automakers to offer better terms to the union following a period of significant profits.

Free COVID-19 tests, new vaccine as cases rise in US, Wisconsin

22 Sep 2023  |  tmj4.com
The U.S. government is providing free COVID-19 tests and has approved a new vaccine for the Omicron variant. The tests can be ordered online, and the vaccine is available at some Wisconsin pharmacies. Hospitalizations and deaths have decreased since the pandemic peak, but recent data shows a rise in cases and hospitalizations in Milwaukee County. Health professionals recommend vaccination against COVID-19, flu, and RSV. The City of Milwaukee Health Department and Kroger Health are involved in the vaccination efforts.

Public addresses Kenosha PFC, police chief following Applebee's incident

19 Sep 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Kenosha residents expressed their concerns to the city's Police & Fire Commission regarding an incident at an Applebee's where officers mistakenly arrested a couple, using force and pepper spray. The actual suspects were elsewhere in the restaurant. Public comments criticized the officers' actions and demanded transparency and accountability. Kenosha Police Chief Patrick Patton stated that an internal investigation was completed and an independent agency is reviewing the incident. The officers involved remain employed pending the investigation's outcome, and body camera footage will be released afterward. Patton emphasized efforts to engage with the community and consider various perspectives.

Worker at Big 3 distribution centers in Wisconsin 'wait and see' for strike orders

18 Sep 2023  |  WGBA NBC 26 in Green Bay
Around 200 workers at Big 3 distribution centers in Wisconsin, including Ford, GM, and Chrysler-maker Stellantis, are awaiting potential strike orders amid ongoing negotiations between United Auto Workers and car manufacturers. UAW Local 722 President Steve Frisque is preparing workers for a possible strike, which could last from a week to the end of the year. Local companies like Heiser Automotive Group are developing contingency plans to maintain operations during the strike. Talks continue as both sides aim to reach a fair contract.

Amid talk of impeaching liberal justice, legal scholar says case is 'weak'

08 Sep 2023  |  nbc26.com
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz, who recently took the bench, faces talk of impeachment by Republicans for alleged bias and accepting $10 million from the Wisconsin Democratic Party. Lawmakers like Assembly Speaker Robin Vos argue she should recuse herself from redistricting cases. Howard Schweber, Professor Emeritus at UW-Madison Law School, contends that Protasiewicz has not violated any rules and that the case for impeachment is weak. However, he notes that in politics, the strength of the case may not be as important as legislative support for impeachment. If impeached by the Assembly, Protasiewicz would be unable to serve until the Senate votes, which could be delayed, affecting the court's handling of critical cases.

Sailboat arrives in Milwaukee with message of peace, not war

01 Sep 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The historic sailboat Golden Rule arrived in Milwaukee to promote peace and raise awareness about the dangers of nuclear weapons. Organized by Veterans for Peace, the boat's 13-month tour aims to inspire public demand for nuclear disarmament. The mayor of Milwaukee declared September 1-4 as Golden Rule Days, emphasizing the collective responsibility to pursue peace. Key figures like Helen Jaccard and Mark Foreman highlighted the importance of redirecting resources from weapons to humanitarian efforts.

Milwaukee hit-and-run: 11-year-old boy injured on bike has now died

30 Aug 2023  |  TMJ4 News
An 11-year-old Milwaukee boy, Tyrone Jr. Reese, critically injured in a hit-and-run while riding his bicycle, has died. The incident occurred when two drivers racing at high speeds struck Reese as he veered into traffic. The 30-year-old driver responsible was later arrested, and criminal charges are pending. Witnesses, including Reese's friend Khamonte Washington and neighbor Donald Scroggins, attempted to aid the boy. The community expresses outrage over the reckless driving that led to this tragedy.

Leaders share message of help ahead of International Overdose Awareness Day

29 Aug 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Community leaders in Milwaukee emphasized the need for collective action to combat addiction and break its stigma ahead of International Overdose Awareness Day. Jeremy Triblett, Milwaukee County's Prevention Integration Manager, shared his personal connection to the cause, while Tahira Malik, founder of Samad's House, highlighted socioeconomic disparities as triggers for addiction. Events and resources, including Harm Reduction Vending machines providing Narcan and fentanyl test strips, were announced to support the community. Milwaukee Fire Chief Aaron Lipski stressed that the epidemic affects all demographics.

Options limited to attend first GOP presidential debate at Fiserv Forum

23 Aug 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The first GOP presidential primary debate in Milwaukee at Fiserv Forum on August 23 is not open to the general public, with tickets controlled by the Republican National Committee and its partners, including Fox News and Young America's Foundation (YAF). YAF offered tickets to students and supporters, which quickly filled up. Attendees will mostly be invited guests, with some expressing excitement and support for the event and its safety measures.

Fatherhood advocate introduces program to Milwaukee County inmates

23 Aug 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The first class of 11 inmates at the Milwaukee Community Reintegration Center graduated from the Nurturing Father's Program under the guidance of Master Trainer Terence Ray. The 13-week course focused on self-nurturing, nurturing relationships, discipline, and teamwork between father and spouse/co-parent. Ray, a former inmate, has dedicated his life to fatherhood advocacy and rehabilitation, emphasizing the importance of presence and emotional expression in fatherhood. The program aims to help inmates become more involved and responsible fathers, even while incarcerated.

Gas station where man shot and killed has other recent violence, records show

17 Aug 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
A 29-year-old man, Isaiah Allen, was fatally shot at a Clark gas station in Milwaukee, which has been the scene of other recent violence, including an armed robbery and a shooting incident. The gas station, deemed a nuisance property by police, is owned by Talwinder Singh Gill, who leases it out and claims no involvement in daily operations. The victim's mother, Natalie Easter, seeks accountability for her son's death. The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating the case and looking for a known suspect, while the gas station will close temporarily.

Wauwatosa family visiting Maui hopes to return home soon as wildfires devastate island

11 Aug 2023  |  tmj4.com
A family from Wauwatosa, vacationing in Maui, hopes to return home after wildfires swept across the island. Joy Meier and her family were forced to sleep in their minivans due to road closures and the spread of the fire. Maui officials reported 55 fatalities and containment of the fire in Lahaina. President Joe Biden approved an emergency declaration for federal relief. The Meier family plans to donate to those affected before their scheduled flight on Saturday. The Hawai'i Community Foundation is collecting donations for the impacted communities.

Large response to fire in Pleasant Prairie; no injuries reported

07 Aug 2023  |  tmj4.com
A house fire in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, prompted a significant response from firefighters on Monday morning, with teams from Illinois and southeast Wisconsin attending. The fire escalated to a three-alarm fire, starting at 9 a.m. Challenges included water supply due to the rural location, necessitating ten engines and water trucks. No injuries were reported among residents or firefighters. The family, who had recently moved in, was not home at the time and is currently unsure of the damage extent.

Milwaukee Health Services holds fair to introduce new doctors, services on north side

07 Aug 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
Milwaukee Health Services hosted a health fair to introduce new physicians from the North Side Family Residency Program, addressing health disparities in North Side Milwaukee. The event, marking National Health Center Week, featured health screenings, insurance information, and activities for children. It was part of a partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin and Froedtert Health, aiming to provide comprehensive care and community outreach.

Racine water park extends hours amid hotter temps

25 Jul 2023  |  www.tmj4.com
The SC Johnson Community Aquatic Center in Racine has extended its operating hours to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays due to high temperatures in Southeast Wisconsin. The Center may reach a record attendance of around 1,000 people, with over 600 visitors by 2 p.m. on Tuesday. TOSA Pool at Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa is also preparing for increased attendance by removing lap lanes during open swim. Local residents, including Lamesha Cobbler, appreciate the extended hours to enjoy the water with their families.

Bruce Harrison, ex-Korea reporter, breaks down Racine soldier's run for North Korea

21 Jul 2023  |  www.nbc26.com
Private 2nd Class Travis King, a soldier from Racine, ran across the border into North Korea and was detained, although the North Korean government has not acknowledged this. King had previously served time in a South Korean prison for assault and was supposed to return home for disciplinary action. Instead, he joined a tour group to the Joint Security Area within the DMZ, managed by the UN Command and North Korea. Reporter Bruce Harrison, with experience in the region, provided a breakdown of the area and the incident.

Temporary housing, financial support ends for evacuated CWC tenants

14 Jul 2023  |  tmj4.com
Former tenants of The Community Within the Corridor (CWC) apartments in Milwaukee have lost temporary housing and financial support as of July 14. Natasha Edwards, a tenant, faces uncertainty about future accommodation. The Milwaukee Public Health Department ordered an evacuation in March due to high levels of trichloroethylene (TCE), a carcinogen. CWC developers had been covering hotel, food, and transportation costs and offered a lease termination deal, which some tenants, including Edwards, declined due to concerns over future health implications. A class action lawsuit has been filed by Barton Cerjack S.C. against CWC, alleging premature tenant move-ins for profit. CWC maintains that they have supported residents and are working on remediation efforts, with recent tests showing TCE levels below action levels.

Family shares story of lead poisoning and work to educate others

26 Jun 2023  |  tmj4.com
In Milwaukee, a family's personal struggle with lead poisoning has led to advocacy and education efforts. Aidan Branch and his mother, Deanna Branch, both suffered from lead poisoning, which prompted Deanna to found COLE, The Coalition on Lead Emergency. Mayor Cavalier Johnson has announced plans to accelerate the removal of lead laterals in the city. Aidan, who has written a children's book about his experience, presented it to Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House. Deanna is also working on a cookbook to help cleanse the body of lead.

South Korea's Sewol Ferry Disaster Resurfaces Amid President's Scandal

07 Nov 2016  |  Voice of America
South Korean President Park Geun-hye is under pressure due to a corruption scandal and the Sewol ferry disaster from 2014, which has resurfaced as a current issue. The government's attempt to salvage the ferry, led by Shanghai Salvage Co., has faced delays, with the subcontractor indicating that the recovery may not be completed within the year. The salvage operation, which aims to recover the ship intact to find the bodies of nine missing victims, has been complicated by technical and environmental challenges. The disaster, which resulted in 304 deaths, mostly high school students, has been attributed to corruption, illegal redesign, cargo overload, and a slow rescue response. Families of the victims are demanding a thorough investigation, and there are calls for President Park to account for her actions during the disaster, amidst rumors of her whereabouts linked to the current scandal.

South Korean Video Game Raises Awareness of Government Surveillance

30 Sep 2016  |  Voice of America
The article discusses Somi, a South Korean political activist and game developer who created the game 'Replica' to raise awareness about government surveillance. Somi, who uses a pseudonym and wears sunglasses to protect his identity, was inspired by South Korea's anti-terrorism law and the U.S. Patriot Act. 'Replica' challenges players to hack into a smartphone to find evidence after a terrorist attack, raising questions about privacy and morality. Despite opposition parties' concerns and an eight-day filibuster, the anti-terrorism law passed, granting the National Intelligence Service (NIS) increased surveillance powers. Somi, who works in a related industry, fears repercussions if his employer discovers his game development activities. The game has received positive reviews and awards for its narrative, and it's seen as a powerful tool for social commentary by other game developers in South Korea.

A video has surfaced online and appears to show a missing Japanese journalist believed to have been captured by an al Qaeda affiliate in Syria. Bruce Harrison joins me live in the studio with more.

South Koreans' Growing Appetite for Bread and Pastries

23 Mar 2016  |  CBC
The article discusses the cultural shift in South Korea's diet from rice to wheat products, particularly bread and pastries, influenced by Western culture. Bakeries like Demoiselle, owned by French entrepreneurs Jean-Laurent Ducoin and Raphael Millot, are capitalizing on this trend, especially among young Korean women. The average South Korean's wheat flour consumption has hit a record high, while rice consumption is at an all-time low. Factors contributing to this shift include convenience, the rise of women in the workforce, and the perception of eating as a fashion statement. However, food and nutrition experts like Professor Won-seon Shin from Hanyang University warn that this dietary change could lead to health issues such as obesity if not balanced with nutritious foods.

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