OECD Public Health Graphic Explorer
The OECD Public Health Graphic Explorer aims to display the outputs produced by the OECD SPHeP NCD's model and published in the report cited below. For more details on the model, please refer to the Technical Documentation
The Heavy Burden of Obesity
Obesity is a large and growing public health challenge. Nearly one in four adults are obese, which has a considerable impact on population health, societies and the economy. However, a wide range of public health initiatives exist that save money and lives. A new OECD report, The Heavy Burden of Obesity, analyses the cost of overweight, and shows the positive impact of various policies on health and the economy.
This explorer displays, in a more detailed way, the results presented in the report.
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