Obesity Detection and Prevention
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Obesity?
The medical profession has a guideline for defining obesity:
a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or greater. Read more...
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How Do I Figure My Own Body Mass Index?
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What Are The Risks Connected with Weight Gain
People who are obese are at risk for many chronic diseases.
What Are The Side Effects Of Obesity?
Beyond the obvious ones—heart disease, diabetes,
orthopedic problems—obesity has been linked to breast, colon,
gall bladder and kidney cancer. Here are even more…
How Can I Reduce My Chances Of Becoming Obese?
Some changes you can make now to help break bad habits.
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