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The surgeon generals call to action to prevent and decrease overweight and obesity office of disease prevention and health promotion centers for disease control and prevention national institutes of health rockville md us dept of health and human services public health service office of the surgeon general washington dcto achieve these goals the surgeon generals call to action to prevent and decrease overweight and obesity is committed to five overarching principles promote the recognition of overweight and obesity as major public health problems assist americans in balancing healthful eating with regular physical activity to achieve and maintain a the surgeon generals call to action to address overweight and obesity is part of a national commitment to combat the epidemic of overweight and obesity in the united states led by the us department of health and human services hhs leadership and direction were provided by surgeon general david satcher and deputy surgeon general kenneth moritsuguthe surgeon generals call to action to prevent and decrease overweight and obesity 9780160510052 medicine and health science books amazoncomi wholeheartedly support the surgeon generals call to action to prevent and decrease overweight and obesity and i urge all of us to work together to achieve its ambitious and essential vision like many across the nation the department of health and human services was reminded how small the world is when on september 11 we lost one of our

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