24.7 per cent and obesity costs Australia over $ 21 billion per yearIn 2005, costing overweight and obese Australian adults the Australian economy $ 21 billion in direct health care costs and direct non – health care costs, plus an additional $ 35.6 billion in government subsidies to a study Medical Journal of Australia Medical Journal of Australia. Professor Stephen Colagiuri, Professor of Metabolic Health at the Institute for Soil obesity, diet and exercise, University of Sydney and his co-authors analyzed data from the Australian Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle study, collected in 1999-2000 and 2004-2005. – ‘We found that the direct cost of overweight and obesity in Australia than previous estimates than previous estimates as a the number of overweight and obese adults to increase Australians, is the direct cost of overweight and obesity will increasing in the future further.

Direct health care costs include outpatient services, hospital stays, prescription drugs and some medically related supplies such as blood glucose self-monitoring meters and strips. Direct non – health care costs were transported to the hospital, supported accommodation and special food. Government subsidies include payments for retirement, disability and veterans pensions, mobility and sickness benefits and unemployment benefits.Researchers not know whether that simian virus is directly caused of construction the inhibiting T cell, referred regulatory T cells, but in any event, reduction of regulatory T-cell production, the body’s resistance to the elusive increased viral.