1. Obesity raises the risk of early death by up to 50%  The Times
  2. Obesity and emotional problems tend to develop hand-in-hand from age 7  News-Medical.net
  3. Obesity and depression 'hand-in-hand' in children  BBC News
  4. Obesity linked to emotional problems  The Scotsman
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Overweight people are increasingly susceptible to a range of deadly diseases as their weight rises, with the heaviest 50 per cent more likely to die early, a study has concluded.Severely obese Britons are 12 times as likely to get diabetes and more than 20 times as likely to have sleep problems.Overweight people are increasingly susceptible to a range of deadly diseases as their weight rises, with the heaviest 50 per cent more likely to die early, a study has concluded. Severely obese...

Obesity raises the risk of early death by up to 50% | News | The Times

Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, tend to develop hand-in-hand from as young as age 7 years, according to new research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Glasgow, UK (28 April-1 May).Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, tend to develop hand-in-hand from as young as age 7 years, according to new research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Glasgow, UK (28 April-1 May).

Obesity and emotional problems tend to develop hand-in-hand from age 7

From the age of seven, obesity and emotional problems are closely linked, a UK study suggests.From the age of seven, obesity and emotional problems are closely linked, a UK study suggests.

Obesity and depression 'hand-in-hand' in children - BBC News

Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, develop hand-in-hand in children from the age of seven, according to new research. Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, develop hand-in-hand in children from the age of seven, according to new research.

Obesity linked to emotional problems - The Scotsman