More work needed to curb obesity, rural Californians say

01/23/2013 | HealthyCal.org

Data from a Public Health Institute poll showed a majority of registered voters in rural California consider obesity a major health concern, both across the country and where they live. Researchers also found 96% of respondents said doctors and nurses should play a role in obesity prevention, 91% said schools should be a part of it, 79% said food and beverage companies should join the effort, and 67% said employers should participate in the obesity battle.

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