Review: Slightly obese patients show lower mortality risk

01/2/2013 | Reuters

Overweight and slightly obese participants showed a 6% lower mortality risk compared with their normal-weight counterparts, according to a CDC analysis of almost 100 studies. However, morbid obesity was still associated with a nearly 30% increased risk of dying, researchers said.

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