Tonsillectomy linked to weight gain in children

03/31/2009 | Reuters

A study found children who get their tonsils removed, with or without the removal of their adenoids, are at a higher risk of becoming overweight or obese in the years following surgery. Researchers also noted that removal of the adenoids alone increased the risk of obesity by 94% but did not increase the risk of becoming overweight.

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