Wallpaper has lost weight, but not as much as the rest of us, according to a new study.
The findings from the latest U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey on weight loss in adults reveal that more people are losing weight than ever before.
According to the study, people who started in 2014 lost a whopping 20 pounds, on average, over that time period.
But the rate of weight loss has dropped by more than half since then, and the number of people who lost a pound or more in one year dropped by almost one in five.
People who are obese or overweight have a much higher risk of developing diabetes and other chronic diseases.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Health has estimated that obese people will cost the U.N. up to $200 billion annually in health care costs over the next 20 years.
The number of Americans who have lost weight since 2014 has dropped from 3.2 million to 1.3 million, according the survey.
Researchers said the findings were a good reminder that people who are overweight or obese have the highest risks of disease.
While the findings from this study should give people a bit of hope, it also means that there are some people who aren’t losing weight and are struggling with weight loss, said Dr. Lisa LeCure, an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
“If you are overweight and you have been overweight for a long time, you are at a higher risk for obesity-related diseases,” LeCURE said.
“People who look like they are going to be obese but don’t are also at a high risk.”
LeCure said that in order to prevent a person from becoming obese, it’s important to do some research about how to lose weight and keep it off.
“It is very important that you know how to manage your weight and you are not going to gain weight,” Le Cure said.
She said it’s also important to talk to your doctor about how you can manage weight loss and also make lifestyle changes, including getting enough sleep, exercising regularly, and getting enough rest.
“You are going in with a goal to lose the weight,” she said.
“I would just encourage people to do the research so they can make better choices.”
Dr. Peter Hajek, who led the study with Dr. David Ludwig, said it is important to remember that the study is not meant to be a comprehensive look at the health effects of obesity.
“This is just one of many studies, and what we found is the number and type of studies varies depending on the specific people who we look at,” Hajek said.
But Hajek also noted that the findings should be seen in the context of the U,S.
“Obesity is a major public health problem in the United States,” he said.
Hajek said there are many factors that can affect how much weight people lose.
“Some factors are genetic,” Hajerk said.
For instance, people with a genetic predisposition to obesity may not be at higher risk than people without it.
The CDC survey also found that many people who were obese before becoming overweight are now at a lower risk.
The study included nearly 1,000 adults, ages 18 and older, who were followed for at least four years and were tracked from the beginning of the survey through December.
The survey was conducted by a partnership between the CDC and the University of Washington.