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Modifiable risks account for $730B in health spending
10/1/2020

A study linked modifiable risk factors to more than $730 billion or 27% of health care spending of $2.7 trillion in 2016, researchers reported in The Lancet Public Health. The spending was attributed to overweight and obesity, hypertension, high fasting plasma glucose, dietary risks and tobacco smoke.

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