It was a big day at the Howard University College of Medicine Wednesday when TV's Doctor Oz, along with lots of volunteers, came to give free physicals to more than 800 people.
Participants were screened for blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, weight and waist size.
At the end of the day, Doctor Oz's team came up with a report on the state of health in D.C.
More than half of those tested have high blood pressure and two-thirds were overweight or obese.
Only 20 percent were at normal weight, the national average is 33 percent.
More young people in D.C. are smokers compared with other cities were Doctor Oz tested.
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