In the United States, child obesity rates have skyrocketed over the last few decades, with more than one-third of American children now considered obese.
That’s an increase of nearly 100% since the 1980s, and according to a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics, the rates are rising at a rate of nearly 4.5% a year.
The rate is now more than double that of the UK, where it’s just over 1%.
The number of children under 5 years old with obesity has doubled since 2010.
In 2015, more than 8.2 million Americans were considered obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A whopping 37.4 million children were considered overweight or obese in 2015.
The rise of obesity is not just a problem for young children, however.
According to the CDC, one in six adults in the United Kingdom is considered overweight, and nearly a quarter of the US population is considered obese or overweight.
There are about 4.7 million adults who are obese in the U.S. alone, according a study published in the journal BMJ Open.
This study also found that about 30% of adults in New York City have a BMI over 30, the most common BMI in the US.
Obesity rates among adults have also risen steadily in recent years, especially among blacks and Hispanics, the report found.
In the U, the Centers For Disease Control recommends that parents take steps to ensure their children are getting enough exercise and eating a balanced diet.
This includes regular exercise, getting them enough protein, and keeping them hydrated.
But some parents may not be aware of these tips, according in the CDC.
“Many parents don’t realize that the majority of people with overweight and obesity are not doing these things, and they’re not making them, said Dr. David M. Koehler, the director of the Center for Preventive Medicine at New York University’s Langone Medical Center.
Dr. Koohler said that parents need to know the importance of the importance for kids to get enough exercise, and to get regular exercise. “
If you don’t have a good understanding of what the obesity problem is, and what can be done to address it, it may be that it doesn’t get addressed,” Dr. Kuehler said.
Dr. Koohler said that parents need to know the importance of the importance for kids to get enough exercise, and to get regular exercise.
He said that while many parents may be aware that a healthy diet is important for weight loss, they may not understand the importance that the proper nutrition plays in preventing obesity.
“The reason why kids tend to have an obesity problem, and why the rates of obesity increase so dramatically in children, is because children don’t get enough nutrition, and so they get fat, and that fat becomes their body’s weight,” Dr Kuehl said.
“And that fat gets stored in the liver, and then it becomes their weight.
So the problem is not necessarily obesity.
It’s this excess weight that makes it more likely for the fat to get stored in their liver.”