The number of Americans who have lost weight as a result of a public health campaign to fight obesity has been growing, with some estimates of more than 20 million people losing at least 10 pounds over the past year.

But the number of people who are actually losing weight is less clear, and researchers have been looking at the number who are eating and how they’re doing it.

Here’s what you need to know about the latest research on the topic.

Predicting how much weight people will lose as a public policy problem The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has estimated that the total amount of weight loss that is predicted to occur in the United States will decrease by roughly 6 percent between now and 2030.

This estimate includes the impact of the 2020 Census that includes both adults and children.

It includes people who were previously overweight but who have gone on to lose the amount of body fat that caused them to lose weight in the first place.

The new data suggests that the number will drop to 2.6 percent of the population by 2030, and to 0.8 percent by 2050.

While this is a big drop, the numbers still suggest that many people who have gained weight will lose it again.

And the researchers behind the study say that it’s important to remember that the goal of a weight-loss campaign is not to simply reduce the number that are overweight, but to help those who are not.

This means the number is likely to go up over time, which is important because it means people who lose weight while they’re still overweight are still going to gain it.

This study comes as other studies are beginning to find the impact that a public-health campaign on weight loss has had.

For example, researchers have found that public-school kids who were obese in the past are now eating less and exercising less, and that the people who gained weight in their 20s and 30s have also lost weight.

But researchers also found that people who lost weight in childhood are more likely to gain back it later in life.

And these effects are even stronger for people who started to lose more weight in adulthood.

The takeaway?

People who lose some weight may not lose the weight they started with.

Practical tips to lose your weight in 30 days: Get in shape.

If you’re still not overweight, exercise regularly.

If not, do it in phases.

Make sure to eat a healthy diet.