A report based on new CDC data showed 16 states now report obesity rates of 35% or higher. That increased by four states in just a year. And those rates are rising faster among racial minorities.

16 States Now Have Obesity Rates 35% Or Higher. That’s 4 More States Than Last Year

By Yuki Noguchi NPR
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