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U.S. Obesity Rate Expected to Hit 42 Percent by 2030

July 26, 2012

Last week, we tweeted about a new study suggesting that the U.S. obesity rate is expected to hit 42 percent by 2030. Keep up on this and the latest news from the field through AGA's Twitter page.

Last week, we tweeted about a new study suggesting that the U.S. obesity rate is expected to hit 42 percent by 2030. Keep up on this and the latest news from the field through AGA's Twitter page:

  • Read free review of book “Managing the Complications of Cirrhosis: A Practical Approach” by Dr. Mitchell Shiffman: ow.ly/cnS0v.
  • Are men or women at a higher risk for IBS? How prevalent is IBS worldwide? CGH review examines these Qs and more: ow.ly/ck9Mq.
  • Microparticles in cirrhotic patients contribute to systemic vasodilation & portal hypertension. AGA Journals Blog: ow.ly/cijhh.

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