Study: Likelihood of becoming overweight in adulthood high

10/4/2005 | NYTimes.com

A study of 4,000 people over three decades indicates the chances of becoming overweight in adulthood are exceptionally high. The study found nine out of 10 men and seven out of 10 women became overweight during adulthood, and even among those who made it to middle age without becoming overweight, half ultimately became overweight and one-third of those women and one-quarter of the men became obese.

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