Obesity in childhood may persist later in life, study says

11/10/2010 | WebMD

A study found that obese teenagers are 16 times more likely to become severely obese in their 30s compared with adolescents who were normal-weight or overweight. The risk of developing severe obesity in adulthood was highest among black female adolescents, the study found.

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