You’re Not Overweight, But You Have A Little Belly Fat — Your Increased Cancer Risk and What You Can Do About It

Published Jul 26, 2019

You’re Not Overweight, But You Have A Little Belly Fat — Your Increased Cancer Risk and What You Can Do About It

A major new study found that women over 50 who had extra fat around their waists had a 20 percent greater risk of dying from cancer, even if their Body Mass Index (BMI) was in the "normal" range.

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