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The risk of dying was 21 % higher for patients with a higher body mass index.

The risk of dying was 21 % higher for patients with a higher body mass index . In addition, after adjusting for other risk factors such as smoking, physical activity and alcohol consumption, it was 28 % higher.nd epidemiology professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. BMI in young adulthood affairs. You can not make it easy for them through the through the weight loss. You need to be concerned about your BMI in your young adulthood. .

Carrying a higher BMI or overweight at 25 had a greater impact on the African-American women than white women and men compared to women. Nevertheless the influence of obesity early in life was negligible in black for for the weight change in adulthood. Why should changes in the weight of middle age to young adulthood reverse the effects of weight at age 25 in African-American men? Stevens said. I do not really have an answer. .