Midlife obesity raises health risks for women later

09/30/2009 | HealthDay News

Obese middle-aged women are 79% more likely to suffer from chronic health problems and impaired mental fitness, compared with their slimmer counterparts, by the time they turn 70, a new study found. Every 2.2 pounds of extra weight lowered the odds of healthy survival by 5%, researchers said.

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