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Obesity Treatment

State of the Art
  • Henry A. Jordan
Part of the Sports Medicine and Health Science book series (SMHS)

Abstract

The latest reports on the high incidence of obesity in the United States are alarming. Not only do they indicate that the average American is 18% overweight, but they also show that the incidence of obesity has continued to increase over the past decade. Coincidental to this increase has been a growing awareness that obesity is a major health-risk factor.

Keywords

Anorexia Nervosa Eating Behavior Eating Disorder Obese Individual Obesity Treatment 
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© Spectrum Publications, Inc. 1984

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  • Henry A. Jordan

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