Measuring and tracking obesity inequality in the United States: evidence from NHANES, 1971-2014

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Because people care about their weight relative to peers and society, obesity inequality plays a role in explaining obesity incidence and the impacts of being obese on subjective well-being.

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Measuring and tracking obesity inequality in the United States: evidence from NHANES, 1971-2014