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Nov. 24, 2018 – No matter how much I hurt, I would go to Penn Station to get those doughnuts,” Mr. Warner said. “I loved those doughnuts.” He made the trips in secret for fear of how loved ones might react. Mr. Warner, 44, has been overweight all his life; he has hypogonadism and hypothyroidism. At his heaviest, he weighed 696 pounds. Destructive choices and habits contributed to his weight gain, he said. And the compulsion to overeat was driven in part by depression and anxiety.

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