CDC identifies states with highest, lowest obesity rates

07/20/2011 | USA Today

A survey conducted by the CDC indicates that Southern states have the highest obesity rates at 29.4%, while Western states have the lowest at 24.1%. None of the states surveyed had an obesity rate below 20%, meaning that the Healthy People 2010 goal was not met. Mississippi is the most obese state, with 34% of adult residents having the condition, while Colorado is the least obese with a rate of 21%, the CDC said.

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