Obesity Tops 35 Percent of Adults in 7 States – a Rapid Rise
Friday, 14 September 2018 Obesity rates have topped 35 percent of the adult population in seven states, according to a report released on Wednesday, and experts are calling for urgent prevention campaigns to be implemented to prevent related diseases costing billions in healthcare spending.
A new report shows that not one single state has reduced it overall obesity rate. According to Gizmodo, the 2017 report shows that six states actually saw an increase. Those states are Iowa, Ohio, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and South Carolina. This report is created by Trust for...
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