Black women are tipping the scales and dying of preventable illnesses. Now is the time to get your weight and health back on track
Obesity, which is a growing problem among Americans, is the biggest issue for black and Hispanic women, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
African-American females have reportedly reached a 57 percent obesity rate. Ladies, it’s time for us to take to control of our health.
The study, which had about 5,000 participants, comes after more than a decade of government anti-obesity campaigns trying to get people to eat better and exercise.
Still, unfortunately, the CDC says obesity-related health conditions, including heart disease, stroke, Type 2 Diabetes and some types of cancer, are the leading causes of preventable death.
So what can you do to get your health under control?
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