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The South and Midwest have the highest adult obesity rates, making up 23 of the 25 states with rates now topping 30 percent. In 42 states, blacks have obesity rates of 30 percent or. The South and Midwest have the highest adult obesity rates, making up 23 of the 25 states with rates now topping 30 percent. In 42 states, blacks have obesity rates of 30 percent or more, as do Hispanics in 30 states. Obesity rates of 30 percent or more among whites are found in 13.

The South and Midwest have the highest adult obesity rates, making up 23 of the 25 states with rates now topping 30 percent. In 42 states, blacks have obesity rates of 30 percent or more, as do Hispanics in 30 states. Obesity rates of 30 percent or more among whites are found in 13.

Obesity still plagues millions of Americans, as rates remain high in most states, a new report finds. The South and Midwest have the highest adult obesity rates, making up 23 of the 25 states with rates. The obesity rate was at or above 30 percent in 22 states and was not below 21 percent in any state, the researchers found. In contrast, no state’s obesity rate was above 15 percent in 1980 and no state had. Nearly Half of the States Have an Obesity Rate of Over 30 Percent.

Destroying her brand one tweet at a time. The U.S. obesity rates for 2014 have been released and it’s not looking too good if. Obesity Rates Rise Past 30 Percent in 28 States obesity rates rose in more than half of US states, according to a new study by the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood. By 2019, every single U.S. state had an obesity rate higher than 35% except two: Colorado and Hawaii (and the District of Columbia). Ten states were over 45%, and Mississippi, the state.

At least 20 percent of adults are obese in every state, the report showed. In Alabama, the obesity rate is 36.3 percent. The other six states where obesity rates top 35 percent ar.

The 2018 maps show that obesity impacts some groups more than others. There are notable differences by race and ethnicity, as shown by combined data from 2016-2018: 2 states had an obesity prevalence of 35 percent or higher among non-Hispanic white adults. 9 states had an obesity prevalence of 35 percent.

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By 2005, all but four states had prevalence estimates above 20%; 17 states reported a prevalence of obesity equal to or greater than 25% and three of these states (Louisiana, Mississippi, and West Virginia) reported obesity prevalence over 30%.

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More than 25 percent of adults are obese in 28 states, and more than 20 percent of adults are obese in every state except Colorado.

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According to data collected by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/ data/prevalence-maps.html), obesity rates are higher in some states than in others—the obesity rate was greater than 30 percent of adults in 19 states in 2015 (up from 13 states in 2012).

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Three states (Arkansas, Mississippi and West Virginia) had a prevalence of obesity of 35 percent or greater.

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Furthermore, three states have a prevalence of obesity greater than 35%: Arkansas, Mississippi, and West Virginia.

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By 2008, every state except Colorado had reported that the incidence had risen to higher than 20% and 6 states reported that more than 30% of their population had a BMI of 30.0%.

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Twenty years ago, the state with the highest combined obesity and overweight rate (Wisconsin) was 49 percent.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity rates in all states exceed 20%, and in 12 states, are greater than 30%.

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Mississippi had the highest rate of obesity (34%) and Colorado had the lowest (21%).

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