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LiveWell Frederick Launches with 5-2-1-0

Frederick County residents have identified physical activity, weight and healthy eating as their top health concerns.

Why Live Well?

Dedicated to achieving long-term health improvement

Why Partner?

Healthy living through community partnerships


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Obesity in Frederick County

0% Overweight Adults
0% Obese Adults
Adults (overweight population with BMI ≥ 30)