Australia has 4th highest obesity rate in OECD

With 25% of the adult population obese, Australia ties with the UK as the fourth most obese OECD country.  In first place, of course, is the US (34%), in second place is Mexico (30%) and in third place is New Zealand (27%).  The least obese OECD country is Japan (3%).  You can read about it here:

OECD says governments must fight fat

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