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A new report from George Washington University has found that the average yearly cost for being obese has increased by almost $5,000 for women and $3,000 for men. Factor in the cost of an early death, and the number climbs to $8,500 and $6,500 respectively.
With obesity, not only is there a higher risk of diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, stroke, and many other diseases, life expectancy is much less. And now there’s a “bonus” of nearly $10,000 added to an overweight person’s yearly expenses.