NHS obesity crisis: One in four nurses is now overweight | Health | Life & Style

NHS obesity crisis: One in four nurses is now overweight | Health | Life & Style

This rises to almost half when considering nurses aged 45 and over, researchers found.Experts said the figures were "deeply worrying".Meanwhile, one i

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This rises to almost half when considering nurses aged 45 and over, researchers found.

Experts said the figures were "deeply worrying".

Meanwhile, one in three unregistered care workers – such as care home workers and nursing assistants – was found to have a Body Mass Index (BMI) score which classed them as obese.

Researchers from London South Bank University and Edinburgh Napier University set out to assess obesity prevalence among healthcare...

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