Obesity Linked To Bone Fractures

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(Cambridge, MA) Obesity can increase the risk of getting a bone fracture, especially in men who have a lot of belly fat.

Researchers at Harvard performed body scans on 35 obese men and found the ones with the most belly fat had the weakest bones.

Belly fat is also a major risk factor for heart disease and diabetes.

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