Comment - Obesity: No Escaping the Kitchen as Political Heat Rises

By James Wilmore | 15 May 2012

Obesity. It's a big issue - and it's only going to get weightier. According to the anti-obesity campaign, Let's Move, fronted by Michelle Obama, it's predicted that 42% of Americans will be obese by 2030.

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Obesity. It's a big issue - and it's only going to get weightier. According to the anti-obesity campaign, Let's Move, fronted by Michelle Obama, it's predicted that 42% of Americans will be obese by 2030.

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