Interesting article from Saturdays Guardian here.
A university in America has decided to test all its students and those with a BMI above 30 and a waist measurement about 35inches for women, or 40inches for men, will have to take a special class to graduate. The fitness for life lessons will including walking, cycling, aerobics and lessons in a healthy diet.
It doesn't say they have to improve their BMI to graduate just that they have to go to the classes.
Is it fair that people cannot graduate because they are obese when academically they have done well?