Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) Reaffirms its Commitment to Changing the World for People Living with Obesity through the Launch of the New OAC Community
in 2018 News Releases, OAC Newsroom on June 13, 2018

Tampa, Fla. –  As the leading National non-profit patient organization in obesity, people have always been the OAC’s foundation for how we impact change. The OAC is proud to reaffirm its commitment to seeing a better world for people living with obesity through the launch of our new Community – an enriched member experience designed
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June 1, 2018 – Statement From OAC President and CEO Joseph Nadglowski on WHO Report
in 2018 News Releases, News Releases, OAC Newsroom on June 1, 2018

“The Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) applauds the World Health Organization (WHO) for including the disease of obesity in their recently released “Time to Deliver” report on noncommunicable diseases. With obesity impacting more than 93 million Americans, and quickly becoming a global epidemic, it is imperative that we raise awareness of the disease and continue efforts
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Your Weight Matters 7th Annual National Convention Announces Most Comprehensive Weight and Health Educational Agenda to Date – Event Registration Now Open!
in 2018 News Releases, News Releases on May 29, 2018

Tampa, Fla. – It is projected that 75 percent of Americans will suffer from the disease of obesity by 2020. There has never been a greater need for science-based education on health and weight than now. With that in mind, the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC), the Nation’s most powerful voice dedicated to helping individuals with
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Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) Demands Zeta Beta Tau’s International Headquarters Immediately Revoke the Cornell University Chapter’s Charter After Unveiling of Fat-shaming “Pig-Roasting” Game Involving Women Affected by Obesity
in 2018 News Releases, News Releases on February 9, 2018

Tampa, Fla. – The Obesity Action Coalition (OAC), a 58,000 member-strong non-profit organization representing individuals affected by obesity, issued letters today to Cornell University and Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) International Headquarters regarding the Cornell University chapter’s “Pig-Roasting” game targeting women affected by obesity. The OAC is demanding that ZBT International immediately revoke the Cornell chapter’s charter
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