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Women’s Health in the US Is Declining in 4 Key Ways, and Researchers Can’t Explain Why

June 8, 2016

(Vox) – American women are facing poorer health prospects on several fronts these days. The latest study, published today in JAMA, looked at national trends in obesity and found a disturbing rise among adult women over the most recent decade, from 2005 to 2014. Meanwhile, the authors found that obesity rates among men had plateaued.

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