Research: Obesity raises U.S. health care costs by billions

04/10/2012 | Insurance Journal

Researchers at Cornell University found the U.S. spends $190.2 billion annually for obesity-related expenditures, or about 21% of national health care costs. The findings were published in the Journal of Health Economics.

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