Winning Our Fight against Obesity

Vasquez, Vince
March 2009
La Prensa San Diego;3/20/2009, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p4
The article discusses the survey on obesity in San Diego, California. The data from the Competitive Edge Research and Communication revealed that majority of Latino adults are above their optimal weight, being overweight or extremely obese. The survey further showed 13 percent of the Hispanic respondents have eating disorder. Latinos are encouraged to focus on healthier habits and engaged in recreational activities.


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