From: The Boston Globe

Weight and mortality

The Boston Globe:

BEING OVERWEIGHT HAS been found to confer a survival advantage with age. But that’s assuming you don’t think others are treating you unfairly because of your weight. A new study suggests that individuals who think they’ve been treated unfairly because of their weight are likely to die sooner, even controlling for age, gender, race, education, body mass index, subjective health, diseases, depression, smoking, and physical activity.

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