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#infographic * AMERICA"S FAT FUTURE * America Keeps Getting Fatter and Fatter * obese | health care | death | children | costs | calorie | mMcDonald's *** MORE FOOD #infographics » pin.st/...
Since obese individuals use more public health care dollars, they should pay more in taxes. How about an obesity tax? --- Don Luther
Scary facts on obesity, especially the stats on marketing and unhealthy food... Telling reminder that a lot of these societal issues are systemic and will require complex solutions
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Obesity in America (Infographic)
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sitting is killing us. this is not a joke. get moving!
Obesity now affects 17 percent of all children and adolescents in the U.S. Learn more!
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