NEW YORK -- According to a new report on Wednesday by the Trust for America's Health, New York's adult population is 25.1 percent overweight in ways that negatively effect their health. The seventh annual “F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America's Future 2010" reported that New York is 36th overall, and tied with Florida and Idaho. However, New York is 16th in terms of childhood obesity with 17.1 percent of children ages 10 to 17 being obese, the report found. Mississippi had he highest obesity rate in the nation at 33.8 percent and Colorado was the least obese at 19.1 percent. The most-populous state, California was ranked 41st at 24.4 percent. Obesity had disparities spread out along race, ethnicity, income, and region, the report found. For African-American and Latinos, obesity rates were higher than whites in at least 40 states, including New York.