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If there were less tv channels would there be less overweight people? Is commercial tv better because you can be more active during the breaks?
In tv channels, obesity, opinion - asked by - 4 answers
I'm overweight by approx 2 stone
In fitness, weight, obesity - asked by Maygs - 1 answer
Is obesity a disease?
In obesity, disease, status - asked by - 5 answers
The government have also proposed they want to pay the obese to lose weight, does this seem like a good idea as to me half the battle is wanting to lose the weight and not the financial gain?
In Diet, obesity, finance - asked by - 7 answers
There is a government proposal to have "lunch box police" to go through your childs lunch box at school to cut childhood obesity. Is this really a good idea and can you see it ever taking off?
In diet, schools, obesity - asked by - 9 answers
If you put on weight, can you go up in shoe size?
In shoes, sizes, obesity - asked by - 6 answers
To beat childhood obesity they now intend to weigh 5 year olds and send letters out to parents warning them their children are overweight. Will this not lead to ridicule and eating disorders in children at a very impressionable age?
In childhood obesity, letters, eating disorders - asked by - 5 answers
They have now come up with 20 tips to help our kids from becoming obese, so are they profound revelations or just common sense points that people already know but choose to ignore?
In Children, obesity - asked by Topaz2308 - 3 answers
A councillor has been running round his constituency wearing a fat suit to highlight obesity in this country. Would it make you consider dieting to tackle the problem or would you be more inclined to think he was just attention seeking?
In obesity, dieting - asked by Topaz2308 - 3 answers
How do Italians have such a low obesity rate? They're not exactly slender people as a rule.
In obesity, diet, culture - asked by rainchild - 3 answers
Are you getting enough . . . sleep? [see link]
In insomniate, obesity, traffic accidents - asked by - 4 answers
Are you're pets overweight and are you putting them at risk?
In Pets, health, obesity - asked by warriorprincessxena1 - 1 answer
Has obesity become nore of a problem since people started spending more time on the internet at work & home?
In obesity, internet - asked by - 7 answers
Child obesity 'a form of neglect' what is your views ?
In child, obesity, neglect - asked by - 7 answers
why do we eat alot of fast food?
In Food, obesity, fat people - asked by - 7 answers
If all types of fast food shops, takeaways & restaurants were banned, would the obesity problem be solved?
In Food, obesity - asked by - 5 answers
Is a dog’s life more important that a child’s life?
In child obesity, fat, over weight - asked by - 12 answers
do loo seats have to be able to withstand a certain weight of "user"?
In toilet, obesity, accessories - asked by beeper_spryte - 2 answers
Bad teeth or obesity: what's the more common problem for children?
In obesity, teeth - asked by hesselich - 2 answers
There are now more overweight people in the world than those who have to go hungry, a conference of experts in Australia has heard. Is there a realistic solution to this problem?
In trivia, obesity, hunger - asked by - 5 answers
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