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Guess it's time to bring out those prosciutto-wrapped Twix bars!
"It’s been nothing but bad news for 30 years, so the fact that we have any good news is a big story," said Thomas Farley, head of the Department of Health.
So what to expect when your Uncle Sherman and Aunt Yvonne come into town from Kansas and insist on taking you to Guy's, their treat? Fat, sugar, grease and merch by the bucketful.
Based on BMI, about one-third of Americans are considered obese, but when other methods of measuring obesity are used, that number may be closer to 60 percent!
"I've asked them to move a number of times," the man's landlord says. "I don't want them as tenants."
Aw, on top of everything else now the NYSC is piling in on the Paula Deen mean train.
To paraphrase Rob Lowe's character from "Parks And Recreation," cheese is LITERALLY the greatest thing on Earth. Which makes a new anti-cheese ad campaign, which connects cheese with obesity, all the more distressing to us.
In its latest ad campaign calling you fat, the city's Department of Health has decided to remind people that portions are bigger now than they used to be.
A rant on the NYPD message board The Rant argues that cops are fatter now than they used to be. Do you agree?
At this point, Americans would rather give up sex than their favorite dessert. But there's one silver lining for zaftig dudes: pretty skinny ladies don't care how fat you are as long as you're rich!
Which is why healthy vending machines in school make far less than the regular machines do.
Despite things like calorie counts, Americans continue to order fatty foods from fast food restaurants. Also, parents prefer that doctors not call their kids fat.
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