(This font size good?) One thing a LOT of folks, young and old, don't want to talk about is "obesity". The subject and be/is a very controversial one. Some obesity isn't always caused by overeating, but many try to make others believe that. Medications can definitely play a part in this subject. Watched a report on HLN about obesity in America and how bad it continues to get. The report talked about what folks eat, not medications that people have to take that can cause weight problems also. I didn't like that about the report. While having breakfast at a Bob Evans Family Restaurant yesterday morning, we noticed some pretty heavy Seniors eating. One lady sat right across from us was heavy enough to be both wife and I both weight combined. Bad, but what can be done about it? A number of Seniors will say their weight problem is due to age, not as active as use to be, previous surgeries and, obviously, what we should and shouldn't be eating. Those are good reasons and the ones wife and I use. Is there anyway this "obesity" problem in America can get better? Perhaps close all the fast-food places? The younger generation doesn't seem to have as much of this problem as the old and older generation does. With so many of the "younger generation" spending so many hours at Fitness Centers, it's no wonder many of them look as good as they do.