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Welcome to the Obesity Network! Our purpose is to connect people who are overweight or obese with information, products and services that may help in efforts to lose weight, regain health and live well. What is obesity? How prevalent is it? Why is it harmful? What other conditions can it lead to? How is obesity affecting our children? What can we learn and do to combat it? The links on this page will take you to information, books and products that may help answer these questions.

The topics listed in the site map below address the various aspects of obesity and weight loss. In these pages you will discover how overweight and obesity are becoming a world wide health concern affecting young and old alike. Obesity can lead to problems with careers, jobs, relationships, and can even lead to physical disability. Beyond that, obese people are more prone to a number of diseases such as problems with bones, joints, hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease, stroke and coronary disease. Awareness and education are vital to fighting these obesity-related problems, and the topics presented here may help you to develop a better understanding of what to do to improve your life or the lives of your loved ones.

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Binge Eating
Career Concerns
Childhood Obesity
Cooking at Home
Cushing’s Syndrome
Dietary Guidelines 2005
Diet Plans
Facts & Statistics
Fast Food
Food Labels
Food Portions
Food Pyramid 2005
Genetic Factors
Government Reports

Health Concerns
Heart Disease and Stroke
High Blood Pressure
Holistic and Alternative Therapies
Keep Active
Kidney Disease
Link Partners
Low Calorie Diet
Medical Research
Morbid Obesity
Psychological Factors
Sleep Apnea
Smoking and Weight
Suggested Links
Talking with your Doctor