A newly published study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has confirmed a link between depression and abdominal obesity. Assistant Professor of Sociology at UAB Belinda Needham has said in a sample taken from young adults over a fifteen year period, those who started out reporting high levels of depression gained weight at a faster rate than other participants in the study. However, those beginning the study overweight did not experience a change in depression.
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