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The American Obesity Association supports the move toward centers of excellence.
But if America is going to subsidize agriculture, the least it could do is subsidize healthy foods, says Richard Atkinson, a professor of medicine and nutritional sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and president of the nonprofit American Obesity Association.
Judith Stem of the American Obesity Association and a food nutrition professor at the University of California-Davis said the government's actions on obesity are much too timid.
The American Obesity Association has asked the Food and Drug Administration to consider a proposal that would prohibit companies that heavily advertise foods of low nutritional value from taking a tax deduction for the cost of those ads.
STERN, professor of nutrition and internal medicine, University of California, Davis, and vice president of the American Obesity Association.
The American Obesity Association has expressed outrage at Southwest Airlines' policy of charging overweight passengers for two tickets.
The American Obesity Association (AOA) reports that the age group with the highest prevalence of obesity among men is 65 to 74 years and among women, 55 to 65 years.
The American Obesity Association indicates "African American, Hispanic American and Native American children and adolescents have particularly high obesity prevalence".
The American Obesity Association estimates that more than 127 million American adults are overweight and says obesity is the second-leading cause of preventable death in the United States.
We've had quite a change in our world and now we have questions to sort out," said Morgan Downey, executive director of the American Obesity Association.
With obesity comes an array of medical complications, according to the American Obesity Association, including asthma, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, orthopedic complications, psychosocial effects and stigma, and sleep apnea.
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