23 Jun 2016

Older teen boys who are overweight or obese could be at increased risk for severe liver disease later in life, a new study suggests. Men who were overweight or obese in their late teens were 64% more likely to develop severe liver disease compared with men who had a low normal weight in their late teens. The researchers said that worked out to a 5% increased risk for every one point increase in BMI. 
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