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excessively fat

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In some regions, there are particularly high numbers of overweight and obese children in Year Six, with Southwark and Newham in London having the highest proportion at 43.
2 per cent of 10 and 11-year-old youngsters are now clinically obese.
Kristian Enestvedt, MD, FACS; and their team observed that obese patients experienced the same risk of dying after liver transplantation as normal weight patients.
THE plight of obese women goes beyond having an oversized body.
The sample included 66 healthy obese adults at baseline, or about a third of all obese participants.
The sample included 66 "healthy obese" adults at baseline, or about a third of all obese participants.
Children of obese mothers often also underestimate adult size, suggesting that tolerance of being overweight is common among children exposed to obese parents," Paul added.
Pendergast said that where obesity is more common, there is less difference among obese, severely obese, and non-obese individuals' life satisfaction, but where obesity is less common, the difference in life satisfaction between the obese (including the severely obese) and non-obese is greater.
But even in the areas with the lowest prevalence of adults who are overweight or obese, experts said it is clear that levels remain too high.
The fattest region is the North East, where 68 per cent of people are overweight or obese, followed by the West Midlands at 65.
The amount of obese four and five-year-olds in England is the lowest since 2006/07.
in an online study, researchers gave 471 adults a vignette describing a case of check fraud beneath a mug shot of one of four defendants: a lean male, an obese male, a lean female, and an obese female.
Despite the growing emphasis on being a healthy weight before and during pregnancy, we are still seeing more and more obese mums-to-be.
Children and adolescents who are obese or overweight are more likely to suffer gallstones than children with a normal body mass index, according to (http://xnet.
to be very obese, with 15% classified this way because their Body Mass Index is 35 or higher.