California’s high cost of living, which is partly due to its high population, is a leading cause of the state’s obesity problem.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, California has the nation’s highest rate of obesity, at 34.6 percent.
The state has the third-highest obesity rate among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
California has also been among the top three most obese states in the nation since the 1970s.
This year, it ranked the most obese state in the country with the highest rate.
However, it’s not just California’s obesity problems that make the state a national issue.
The cost of high-end clothing and accessories can add up.
The New York Times reported that California’s clothing stores charge consumers more than $1,000 for a dress, $2,000 a suit and $3,000 on top of that for a tie.
That’s an average of nearly $300 for a suit.
The Times also reported that in recent years, high-quality apparel from brands like Burberry, Ralph Lauren and Nike has become expensive.
According the Times, “In New York, where prices have been rising for decades, there are no stores where you can buy expensive suits.”
The Times noted that the trend was spurred by a new law that gave consumers a $5 rebate on most clothing purchases.
“We’re going to be seeing more high-profile celebrities, like Rihanna, Kate Upton, and Michelle Obama, get their fashion items discounted,” said Mark Zaid, a spokesman for the National Retail Federation.
“It’s just a matter of time before this trend spreads to more retailers.”
The high cost is partly because of California’s restrictive dress code.
It requires women to wear the same clothing for each of their pregnancies, and the state has no other laws that restrict what women wear.
This law also prevents women from buying clothing that is too revealing.
The price of the clothes they buy also increases the cost of those clothes, Zaid said.
It’s a problem for women of all ages.
According an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the average age of the average California woman is 30.2 years old.
The average age for a California woman with a full-time job is 31.4 years old, according to the Kaiser.
That means a woman who works full-timers would have to spend an average $1.8,000 per year just to purchase the same items that she would have paid $1 for if she were making more money.
According Zaid: “California is going to have to find a way to reduce costs.”
This year’s report by the New York-based Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, which was funded by the U,F and T groups, found that California had one of the highest rates of diabetes among the nation, which can be attributed to its diet.
That, coupled with the high cost, can make it hard for many people to avoid getting diabetes.
“The obesity epidemic in California is a national problem,” Zaid told The Associated Press.
“There’s no other state that is more expensive than California.”
This article has been updated to include the statement from the Institute for Healthy Living and the number of states that had data for the study.