Obesity linked to increased risk of psychiatric disorders

05/16/2008 | Yahoo!

A new study on data from more than 40,000 Americans found obese adults were up to twice as likely as normal-weight adults to suffer from depression, anxiety and other psychiatric conditions. The lead researcher said the findings indicate it may be useful to screen obese patients for mental health problems.

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