No, this isn’t healthy
What happened: The number of heart disease deaths in the United States linked to obesity was three times greater in 2020 than in 1999—even though overall heart disease deaths declined nearly 20 percent during that period—according to a new scientific study.
Why it matters: The alarming scientific findings coincide with the rise of the left-wing “body positivity” movement, which seeks to achieve social justice by celebrating fatness and attacking critics for pointing out the enormous health risks associated with obesity.
- Obesity affects about 115 million Americans, including 42 percent of adults and 20 percent of children, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
What they’re saying: “Those who glorify obesity, or denounce efforts to reduce it, are dangerous … [and] have blood on their hands,” wrote journalist Glenn Greenwald.
What it looks like: Obesity, glorified.
Bottom line: This isn’t healthy. It is literally killing people. Trust the science.
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The most appropriate way to decline a wedding invitation depends on the relationship you have with the person getting married. Here is a general template for politely declining a wedding invitation:
Thank you so much for inviting me to your wedding. I am truly honored that you would think of me on your special day.
However, I regret to inform you that I will be unable to attend your wedding due to [reason]. I understand that this is an important occasion and I apologize for any inconvenience my absence may cause.
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