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Oil-Rich Gulf States Recognize Obesity Problem

July 26, 2013

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A new report from the United Nations shows the seriousness of the obesity problem affecting many of the oil-rich Gulf States, as several of them have obesity rates that exceed those found in the United States. The problem of obesity is described in an article on Al-Arabiya that was published on July 24, 2013. The article is entitled "Obesity: Gulf states world 'heavyweight' contenders," and was written by Faith Barker.

This article outlines the seriousness of the obesity problem facing many of the Gulf States. It includes data from the UN report showing that Kuwait's obesity rate of 42.8 percent is the highest in the region, and that other Gulf states do not fare much better. In Saudi Arabia, obesity affects 35.2 percent of the population while 33.1 percent of Qatar's population is affected by obesity, rates which exceed the obesity rate in the United States. Kuwait in particular has a problem with Type 2 diabetes, which 31.1 percent of the population has come to contract. Obesity rates have also attracted the attention of authorities from Qatar, which is revising its educational curriculum to ensure that young Qataris are aware of the dangers to their health that obesity can cause.

Kuwait and Qatar are not the only governments in the Gulf region to recognize the seriousness of the obesity problem. Dubai, which is located in the United Arab Emirates, has begun offering a reward program in which individuals who lose weight could potentially receive gold as a reward. The program is described in a Reuters article published on July 19, 2013. It was written by Praveen Menon and is entitled "Dubai offers gold to fight obesity epidemic." According to the article, a major problem in Gulf states like Dubai is that oil wealth has boosted the incomes of its citizens which has caused them to rely on cars and other forms of transportation that are sedentary compared to walking.

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