05-22-2014 U.S. Obesity Rate Hits a Costly New High http://shar.es/VvNKp

Mississippi fattest, Colorado thinnest in new federal obesity statistics http://lat.ms/MsHpYQ

Consumer groups call on Surgeon General to weigh in on soda and sugary drinks http://bit.ly/PZqCJG

Fat Future: 42% of Americans May Be Obese by 2030 http://bit.ly/IFegIp

As America's Waistline Expands, Costs Soar http://huff.to/IPjtdB

Obesity costs $150 billion dollars per year

Feds to design health insurance for the masses

Obesity Rates http://apne.ws/raOlIG

Heavy Nation: Percent of obese adults in each state and D.C. in 2010

Many obese people see no need to lose weight

Cornell Study:
Obesity care costs twice previous estimates
Nearly 17 percent of U.S. medical costs can be blamed on obesity

Obesity Among U.S. Workers Has Hefty Price Tag: Study

Number of the Week: When Job Creation Is Troubling;
The Effects Of Obesity

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