New Resources for Nutrition Educators Book| Volume 42, ISSUE 2, P142.e5, March 2010

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  • Etta Saltos
    National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA—formerly CSREES), USDA, Mail Stop 2241, 1400 Independence Ave, SW, Washington, DC 20250-2241. The views expressed herein are those of the reviewer only and do not necessarily reflect or represent the opinions or policies of the US Department of Agriculture or the USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture
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      A number of recent books have addressed controversies associated with the increasing prevalence of obesity. Most of these books have espoused a single point of view on the topic. Obesity is not like those books. If you have longed for a well-written reference book that provides trends in obesity statistics, a scientific discussion of potential causes and factors associated with obesity, useful lists of references and other resources (including biographies of well-known figures in the field), then you will find Obesity to be an invaluable resource.
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