A report prepared by the Campaign to End Obesity has recently highlighted the importance of calculating the full cost savings of obesity prevention.
This finding supports the 2011 study which showed that a 10 percent increase in local public health spending leads to significant decreases in infant mortality and deaths from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.
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