Mexico Surpasses U.S. As Fattest Nation

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Mexico Surpasses U.S. As Fattest Nation

A new report by the United Nations has found that Mexico has overtaken the United States as the most obese nation in the Western Hemisphere, an incline experts have attributed to the proliferation of fast food chains, increasingly sedentary lifestyles, and rising income inequality. What do you think?

  • “But we’re still number one in education, right?”

    Keith Mitchell
    Seam Hammerer
  • “It’s nice to know we dropped in rankings without having to change our lifestyles or dietary habits.”

    Claudia Griffiths
    Health Care Specialist
  • “Those Mexicans work harder at everything.”

    Sam Anderson
    Wardrobe Supervisor
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