Saturday, 28 December 2013

Descriptive epidemiology of body weight and weight change in U.S. adults

In the review of data on body weight and weight change collected from nationally representative samples of U.S. adults, showed that between 1960 and 1980, the prevalence of overweight among whites increased by 3% in women and by 6% in men. In blacks, however, the prevalence of overweight increased by 7% in women and by 28% in men. Longitudinal body weight measurements taken 10 years apart show that adults younger than 55 years tend to gain weight, whereas those 55 years and older tend to lose weight. The youngest adults gain the most weight, and the oldest adults lose the most weight. In all age groups, women have substantially greater variation in their 10-year weight change than do men(1).

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(1) "Descriptive epidemiology of body weight and weight change in U.S. adults" by Williamson DF.

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