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Over 70% of Mexicans are overweight 32.8% of Mexicans are clinically obese The poor and young are most effected Traditional Mexican food is partly to blame US fast food chains are not helping Mexico is officially the most obese country on the planet, according to the United Nations. An increase in income levels, coupled with…

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Obesity in Sweden

Sweden is the 90th fattest country in the world, with 12.9% of the population being overweight, and 4.3% clinically obese. In 2009, the obesity rate in Sweden rose for the first time in 70 years. Compared to the rate 20 years ago, the Swedish obesity rate has doubled in recent years. Source: http://www.thelocal.se/20111124/37538 Childhood obesity in…

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Obesity in the Netherlands

Obesity in the Netherlands is rising at an alarming rate. According to CBS, obesity levels have soared from just over a quarter of the population in the eighties, to nearly half of the Dutch population today. Related PostsObesity in IrelandTags: obesity, weight, overweight, health, public, rates, statisticsObesity in the UKTags: obesity, overweight, health, rates, weight, statistics,…

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Obesity in Ireland

The percentage of overweight people in Ireland is rising to levels already experienced in the US, despite government task forces and enquiries to tackle the problem. Related PostsObesity in the UKTags: obesity, overweight, children, obese, health, rates, weight, body, statistics, publicObesity in the NetherlandsTags: obesity, overweight, weight, health, rates, statistics, public

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Obesity in the UK

The percentage of overweight people in the UK is rising, despite efforts by government to implement policies to tackle the obesity problem. Related PostsObesity in IrelandTags: obesity, obese, weight, children, overweight, body, health, public, rates, statisticsObesity in the NetherlandsTags: obesity, overweight, weight, health, rates, statistics, public

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