Transportation workers have highest obesity rate, survey says

05/20/2013 | USA Today

A Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey of 14 occupation groups found transportation workers had the highest obesity rate at 36%, while physicians had one of the lowest at 14%. The survey found factors contributing to obesity included exercising fewer than three days per week, a poor diet, limited access to safe exercise areas, depression and skipping dental checkups.

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