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Does a higher BMI mean less money in your bank account? A recent study from the University of Iowa found that your body shape could mean that you make up to $1,000 less a year. Hear what OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon think about the findings from this alarming study.