Natalie Gold is tired of listening to the same old myths about overweight people.
“So then the morbidly obese would be best since they die off quicker? People living longer costs more money.”
“I can’t give anyone second-hand obesity because of the soda that I drink. This is one of times where I say ‘keep your laws off my body.’”
Being obese may cost a person’s health, but it takes a toll on the wallet as well—especially for women, according to a recent study. Researchers at George Washington University report that the cumulative dollar-and-cents cost of obesity for men is about half as much as it is for women. The study, cleverly titled, “A Heavy [...]