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The peer-reviewed paper, published in BMJ Global Health, provides the first country-by-country estimate of the economic impacts of obesity, a major driver of other non-communicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart conditions.The peer-reviewed paper, published in BMJ Global Health, provides the first country-by-country estimate of the economic impacts of obesity, a major driver of other non-communicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart conditions.

Rise in obesity to hamper developing economies: Report - Thu, September 22 2022 - The Jakarta Post

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Overweight and obesity prevalence is set to cost the global economy 3.3 per cent of GDP by 2060, according to a new study by the World Obesity Federation and RTI International. The study, which was peer-reviewed and published today in BMJ Global Health, analyses the current economic impact of overweight and obesity in 161 countries. It provides the first-ever country-specific global estimate of the economic impacts of the non-communicable disease (NCD), mainly due to avoidable healthcare costs of cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease attributable to obesity.  The study found that if the number of people living with obesity remained at 2019 levels, US$2.2 trillion could be saved. A five per cent reduction in the projected prevalence of the non-communicable disease (NCD) between 2020 and 2060 would result in an average of US$429 billion in global annual savings.

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Rising levels of obesity are set to cost the world economy 3.3 percent of GDP by 2060, slowing development in lower-income countries and making it hard for people to lead healthy lives, according to…Rising levels of obesity are set to cost the world economy 3.3 percent of GDP by 2060, slowing development in lower-income countries and making it hard for people to lead healthy lives, according to…

Rising obesity projected to hamper developing economies: report