Waist Size Increasing in Teens, Even as Obesity Rates Stabilize


According to a new study, the average waist size is increasing in U.S. teens, even as obesity rates possibly stabilize.

The problem? Youth seem to be gaining fat and losing muscle.

Pediatric Obesity: Changes in Pediatric Waist Circumference Percentiles Despite Reported Pediatric Weight Stabilization in the United States


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