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In this May 1, 2012 photo provided by Sesame Workshop, Dr. Valentin Fuster, a cardiologist at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, stands with a Muppet character based on him, "Dr. Ruster," in the Sesame Street studios in the Queens borough of New York. Fuster, who teamed up with Sesame Street on a project to improve kids' health, has shown progress in a study in Colombia. In 2014, the project is planned to launch in New York in what sponsors hope will be a first step to fight childhood obesity nationwide. (AP Photo/Sesame Workshop, Richard Termine)

In this May 1, 2012 photo provided by Sesame Workshop, Dr. Valentin Fuster, a cardiologist at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, stands with a Muppet character based on him, "Dr. Ruster," in the Sesame Street studios in the Queens borough of New York. Fuster, who teamed up with Sesame Street on a project to improve kids' health, has shown progress in a study in Colombia. In 2014, the project is planned to launch in New York in what sponsors hope will be a first step to fight childhood obesity nationwide. (AP Photo/Sesame Workshop, Richard Termine)

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