Obesity And Exercise Statistics
Yes i know that men’s obesity is rising too but if you look at statistics, its hitting women harder. Can’t they just put the cheetos down and do a little exercise?
Your empathy is overwhelming. And your facts are wrong.
“According to the government’s most accurate recent check of the nation’s girth, U.S. men and children are increasingly tipping the scales. But the obesity rate among women — who at 33 percent are heavier as a group — held steady.
The study didn’t examine why men and children are getting fatter and women aren’t. But some experts think the leveling off in women could signal a turning point in the nation’s Obesity Epidemic.”
An Epidemic of Childhood Obesity
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Overweight Kids in a Toothpick World: Easy Weight Loss for Teens and Children or A Nutritionist’s Step-by-Step Plan to Keep Childhood Obesity Facts From Making Your Kid a Childhood Obesity Statistic
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Longitudinal analysis of state-level influences on United States’ obesity rates.(HEALTH): An article from: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
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Obesity research roundup.(News): An article from: JOPERD–The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
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