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F as in Fat: How Obesity Policies are Failing in America, 2006

This report, developed by Trust for America's Healthy and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, discusses recent trends in obesity including specific state data, a timeline of national activities related to obesity, results from a survey of state experts and comprehensive strategies to combat obesity. (Data from the 2003-2005 reporting period.) Trust for America's Health offers several companion resources with this piece on its website, including a flash map reflecting obesity statistics by state.In 2003, 2004 and now 2006, Trust for America’s Health has issued reports on the state of America’s obesity crisis.



OrganizationTrust for America's Health
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLhttp://healthyamericans.org/reports/obesit...
LocationNational
Publish DateAugust 2006

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