Mr. Clinton's doctor, Mark Hyman, told The Times that he suggested Mr. Clinton "occasionally eat fish and lean protein.
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"I think of it as the global warming of youth sports," Hyman told The New York Times. "There are a lot of forces nudging you toward the more expensive end of the scale. All around, other families are making big investments."
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