Obesity puts people at higher risk of diabetes and hypertension than dyslipidemia, especially women

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Obesity continues to become more common worldwide, despite the health risks and increased mortality posed by the diseases and conditions that accompany it (comorbidities). Although obesity’s comorbidities (such as diabetes) are well known, there is a lack of detailed research into the relationship between the degree of obesity and the occurrence of these diseases.

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