Study Finds Obese Men Less Prone To Suicide

Full story: Hartford Courant

A new study has found that obese men have a much lower risk of suicide, a finding that scientists believe might be related to their higher production of insulin and other hormones that affect mood.
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Bruce McHenry

Somerville, MA

#1 Mar 13, 2007
The only data cited is that underweight men have a 21-39% higher risk of suicide than low-normal weight men. Since the headline says "Obese Men Less Prone to Suicide", is it much to expect data supporting the headline in the article?
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