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obese

excessively fat or fleshy; corpulent

obese

[ō′bēs]
(anatomy)
Extremely fat.
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6% of children aged 10 to 11 who are overweight or obese.
8 per cent of children are overweight or obese, as are 41.
Schlansky and his colleagues also found that very obese patients died more often than lower weight patients while on the wait list for liver transplantation.
A recent study by Unicef India with International Institute for Population Sciences and other groups show that majority of obese women surveyed in Delhi reported sexual dissatisfaction and faced social stigma.
Key clinical point: Obese patients without metabolic risk factors will likely develop complications over time.
Many parents of obese children do not try to prevent their children from becoming obese because they simply fail to recognise abnormal weight.
According to the researchers, before accounting for where people live, severely obese men and women have 29 percent and 43 percent lower odds, respectively, than their non-obese counterparts of reporting that they are "very satisfied" with their lives.
Being overweight and obese can store up problems in later life such as heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers.
8 per cent of adults in England are overweight or obese, with a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or over.
But figures show a greater proportion of Kirklees' children were classed as obese than those in Calderdale across both reception and Year 6 categories.
When the defendant was female, men were more likely to find her guilty if she was obese than if she was lean.
Around a fifth of women are obese and extreme morbid obesity (a BMI above 40) is getting more and more common.