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A new obesity report, Obesity and the Economics of Prevention: Fit Not Fat, published yesterday from the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) indicates that the population of many of the world's leading economies are continuing to become more overweight and obese and that American's are leading the charge. While this organization is better known for economic-related forecasts, the impact of obesity on country economics prompted the development of this new obesity report. While the full report is available only through purchase, parts of the report like the executive summary and some of the country data are available to read at no cost. Some of the key facts from this new obesity report are listed below.
Key Facts from the 33 OECD Countries:
Key Facts from the United States:
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