Study finds more Americans are becoming obese at a younger age

04/19/2010 | HealthDay News

Researchers expect chronic illness and survival rates in the U.S. to get worse after finding that more Americans become obese at a younger age compared with earlier generations. The researchers also found that obesity rates are especially high among black Americans and women compared with previous generations.

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