Obesity Rates Climb In United States, Eating McDonald's As Bad As Smoking ... - The Inquisitr

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Published: November 29, 2015

The Inquisitr Obesity Rates Climb In United States, Eating McDonald's As Bad As Smoking … The Inquisitr Obesity rates are climbing globally with the US now being the fattest country with one-third of all people obese. This is not a matter of opinion about people of different sizes and accepting of various body shapes and types. Obesity is a disease …

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Patterns of obesity prove resilient - Harvard Gazette

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Published: November 25, 2015

Harvard Gazette Patterns of obesity prove resilient Harvard Gazette Data on obesity show it continuing to climb among adults, though there are indications of a leveling-off among children. Thirty-eight percent of Americans were obese in 2013-2014, up 3 points from 2011-2012 and 6 points from 2003 and 2004. The news on …

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The False Claim that Soda, Junk Food Don't Matter in Obesity - Forbes

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Published: November 13, 2015

Forbes The False Claim that Soda, Junk Food Don't Matter in Obesity Forbes It was an irresistible news nugget for watercooler chit chat: A press release from Cornell University announced “Candy, soda and fast food are not driving the rising obesity trend in the U.S.” What followed were headlines such as Junk Food Isn't To … Research Says Junk Food Is Not the Cause of Obesity: What Is?The Cheat Sheet all 2 news articles »

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Obesity Rates Climb, Hit Genders and Races Differently - Money Talks News (blog)

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Published: November 12, 2015

Obesity Rates Climb, Hit Genders and Races Differently Money Talks News (blog) Are you surprised by the obesity rates of any particular group, or that obesity rates have continued to climb overall? Sound off in our Forums. It's the place where you can speak your mind, explore topics in-depth, and post questions and get answers.

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The future of medicine is food - Quartz

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Published: November 10, 2015

Quartz The future of medicine is food Quartz Since 2012, first and second year students at Tulane University School of Medicine in Louisiana have been learning how to cook. Since the program launched, Tulane has built the country's first med school-affiliated … Fans of the program, including …

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