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Carrying excess weight around the middle linked to smaller brain size in study
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Carrying excess weight around the middle linked to smaller brain size in study
New UK research has found that carrying extra body fat, especially around the waist, may be linked to a smaller brain size, which could indicate a higher risk of dementia. Carried out by researchers at Loughborough University, the new study looked at 9,652 adults with an average age of 55, and used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to measure brain volumes for white and gray brain matter. To looked at the possible effect of carrying extra weight on these brain volumes, the researchers determined participants' obesity by measuring body mass index (BMI), a weight-to-height ratio calculated by dividing a person's weight by the square of their height.
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