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By seeing the doctor it may help him to get further help, especially if the doc says he is dangerously overweight. Good luck and let us know how he gets on....
at the end of the day, he is the only person who can help himself. until he's willing to admit he has a problem i doubt you can do much about it tbh. i wouldn't think there would be much point mentioning it - i'm sure everyone can see with their own eyes whats up with him. even if you mention it as a concern, there isn't much anyone else can do about it either. i'm sure there is a cuntselling service at your uni - but again, its useless until he admits he has a problem - and he might not be one for talking anyway. if you want to help him, i guess the only thing you can do is be there for him, but thats all.
It's probably one of the toughest dilemmas I've ever been in tbh, made so much harder by the fact I don't know him well at all, and my first instinct would probably be not to interfere if he doesn't ask for help. But I doubt he ever would, so I have to at least give it another go.