Study: People in high-altitude areas are less likely to be obese

02/13/2013 | Reuters

Americans who live in high-altitude communities were four to five times less likely to be obese than were those in sea-level areas, according to a study in the International Journal of Obesity. The researchers said the reason for the difference is unclear but may be related to elevation's effect on appetite hormones, growth and metabolism.

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