Michael Bloomberg

Obesity in NYC Has Skyrocketed Under Bloomberg

Bet he'll argue that's proof there needs to be even more rules

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Reduce the obesity rate in New York City? Fat chance!

More New Yorkers than ever are living large, despite Nanny Bloomberg's war on sugary drinks and fast foods, statistics obtained by The Post reveal.

The city's obesity rate among adults has skyrocketed 25 percent since Mayor Bloomberg took office in 2002, city Health Department figures show.

That year, nearly one in five New Yorkers was considered obese. Now almost one in four is.