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[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/zZ4cKV8.gif[/IMG]<|endoftext|>A new study suggests the prevalence of overweight people and obesity in China could have far reaching implications for the region’s overall public health. Researchers surveyed 8,700 people to gauge their waist-to-hip ratio, and found an alarming trend.

The researchers found that the prevalence of people of average or above-average height was higher in areas with low obesity rates, while the prevalence of overweight people was higher in areas with lower obesity rates and a higher prevalence of obesity. In other words, the more obese people are, the more likely they are to have the same weight status, and the more likely they are to get overweight at younger ages.

For instance, in the southern province of Guangdong, the researchers found that, while the majority of overweight people were women, men from the south of China outnumbered women of average or less than six.

In another Guangdong province, the researchers found a similar pattern. In the northern province of Zhejiang, the researchers found a lower rate of obese people, which led to lower numbers of obese people and lower rates of overweight people.

The study also found a link between the proportion of people with a waist that was too high and the levels of body fat and diabetes.

Dr. Michael C. Brown, professor in the department of pediatrics and health sciences at the University of California at San Francisco and the paper’s lead researcher, said in a press release that the results are consistent with what he has seen in other studies over the past five years.

Brown, who is also senior fellow at the American College of Sports Medicine, said he has been following the story for the past seven years, and that he’s been surprised by the results.

“There are no surprises there and I think that’s really interesting,” he said.

The study, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Tuesday, focused on Chinese individuals ages 21 to 64 years old. A total of 9,700 people took part and included 8,700 Chinese nationals from a number of places across the country, including Shanghai, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Guangzhou Municipality, Chengdu and Heilongjiang City.

Researchers measured the waist, hip, and thigh circumference of each person on a daily basis and measured body weight using a digital scale. The researchers also did an exercise assessment to make sure they were fit and fit in the right way. They also measured waist size to make sure they were still healthy.

In total, there were 1,600 participants, and they were divided into two categories: those who were obese (BMI ≥30), and those who were lean (BMI of 18 to 24) or were at least average in height.

Researchers found that those who were overweight and obese had a BMI of 34.5. This BMI was higher than other studies, but still below the national average of 35.6. This is good news for Chinese people who are overweight. In fact, there was a statistically significant difference between the BMI of those who were obese and those of lean individuals (BMI of 28.1 and BMI of 30.5). This difference could indicate that lean individuals have a higher prevalence of overweight or obese people.

The researchers then divided participants into three groups:

“The group of those at the end of their twenties who are overweight or obese are those in their thirties to early forties.

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