Study: BMI not adequate for measuring obesity

08/20/2006 | Yahoo!

Obesity tests that measure body mass index are badly flawed and better methods are needed to gauge problems with being overweight, according to a new study. Researchers say alternative methods are needed to better differentiate people who have true excess body fat from those who simply have a raised BMI due to preserved muscle mass.

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