7/20/2011

Waist circumference may help predict mortality risk in obese individuals with chronic kidney disease, a study in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases suggests. Experts said the odds of dying from CKD were 2.1 times higher in men and women with waist sizes equal to or greater than 48 inches and 42.5 inches, respectively.

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