The authors, including special contributions from health and obesity experts Marc Suhrcke, Tim Lobstein, Donald Kenkel and Francesco Branca, challenge the perception that explanations for the obesity epidemic are simple and solutions are within reach. A detailed look at the data reveals a more complicated picture, one in which even finding objective evidence on the phenomenon is a difficult task.
Annex A: Supplementary Figures and Tables
Subjects: economics and finance, health policy and economics, politics and public policy, public policy, social policy and sociology, health policy and economics
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