A new study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation forecasts that the number of obese adults—and corresponding related disease rates and healthcare costs—are on course to increase dramatically across the country between now and 2030. Among the implications: • the number of new cases of Type 2 diabetes could increase ten times in the next ten years, then double again by 2030; • obesity could contribute to more than five million cases of coronary heart disease and ...

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