Central Obesity Poses Risk In Thin People

Carrying a 'gut,' but thin elsewhere still poses long-term risks.

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If you’re of normal weight but carry fat around your waistline, you still have increased risk of total and cardiovascular mortality compared to overweight or obese people with normal fat

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