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Adolescent Obesity

Heavy Kids Face Future Kidney Risks

Overweight and obese teens are more likely to develop renal failure later in life, a population-based study from Israel showed.

Overweight at age 17 was associated with a three-fold elevated incidence of end-stage renal disease over the subsequent 25 years, Asaf Vivante, MD, of the Israeli Defense Forces Medical Corps and Safra Children’s Hospital… Heavy Kids Face Future Kidney Risks   

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