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.
Modifiable risks account for $730B in health spending
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