In what researchers call another example of the "obesity paradox," among men with symptoms of heart disease, those who are obese tend to live longer than those who are normal weight, according to a new study. Obesity in the past also has been linked to longer survival among heart failure and heart-bypass surgery patients, and some suggest that the obesity paradox might be explained because doctors tend to treat obese patients with heart disease more aggressively.

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