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Re: The brains of overweight people look "10 years older" than those of leaner peers

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@LaDolceVita - Not very scientific or specific are they?! I found the original article, and they did reference relative BMI numbers Weight & Brain Condition Article.

 

If you really have the patience, I think this is the actual study done: Neurobiology of Aging


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The brains of overweight people look "10 years older" than those of leaner peers

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http://www.bbc.com/news/health-36975089

 

This is just too much, it really gives me pause.  I would like to know  how overweight is defined in the study.  

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