Obesity is considered an epidemic in the United States – and Colorado has not been immune to the problem. Although the state is the thinnest in the nation, with an obesity rate of 19.1 percent (compared to 26.6 percent nationwide), the problem is growing – contributing to increasing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and asthma rates. […]
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