Some obese individuals appear 'metabolically healthy,' without increased cardiovascular risk

Aug 12, 2008 Full story: EurekAlert!

Some obese individuals do not appear to have an increased risk for heart disease, while some normal-weight individuals experience a cluster of heart risks, according to two reports in the August 11/25 issue of ...

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Sacramento, CA

#1 Aug 19, 2008
These findings are going to enrourage welfare recipients to bloat even more.

Instead of a gallon of ice cream and a bag of Doritos at night, their intake will be doubled, topped with a six-pack of 40-Ouncers.

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