Greater Weight Equals Shorter Life

Two new studies clearly show that being overweight, and especially obese, will cut years off your life expectancy. Data from the long-running Framingham Heart study examined the impact of body mass index (BMI) on life expectancy in 3,457 men and women 30-49 years of age. The results showed that a non-smoking woman at age 40 lost 3.3 years off her life expectancy if she was overweight (BMI = 25 to ...

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