Obesity vs Overweight: Difference, Facts And Myths About Health Conditions

July 31, 2017
by Suman Varandani
International Business Times

According to the State of Obesity, a project by the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the costs of obesity range from $147 billion to $210 billion each year. The report said, "obese adults spend 42 percent more on direct healthcare costs than adults who are a healthy weight."

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