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obese

excessively fat or fleshy; corpulent

obese

[ō′bēs]
(anatomy)
Extremely fat.
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MORE than two thirds of adults in most parts of Merseyside are overweight or obese, as new figures revealed the full extent of the region's health crisis.
A national trend of fewer Reception and Year 6 age children being obese was observed last year, including in Kirklees and Calderdale.
Little is known about insulin resistance and beta cell function in healthy obese and non-obese local population.
Are people more likely to find a defendant guilty if he or she is obese? It depends.
The danger soars for the 12 million classed as either mildly obese or obese, and the 1.6 million morbidly obese.
Of these, over 650 million were obese, 39% of adults aged 18 years and over were overweight in 2016, and 13% were obese.
ONE in 20 women in England are morbidly obese, new figures suggest.
28, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- After cesarean delivery (CD), the incision site harbors a higher bacterial biomass in obese women than in non-obese women, according to a study recently published in Scientific Reports.
New figures from the National Child Measurement Programme show that 20% of Year 6 children (those aged 10 and 11) in England are considered obese, while a further 34% are overweight.
areas of greatest concern TOP 10 areas with the highest percentage of children classed as severely obese in 2016/17: | 1 Barking and Dagenham: 7.8 per cent | 2 Southwark: 7.2 per cent | 3 Hackney: 7.1 per cent | 4 Wolverhampton: 7.0 per cent | 5 Greenwich: 6.7 per cent | 6 Brent: 6.7 per cent | 7 Lambeth: 6.6 per cent | 8 Waltham Forest: 6.3 per cent | 9 Sandwell: 6.2 per cent | 10 Slough: 6.2 per cent PARTS of the West Midlands have some of the most overweight children in the country - with one in 14 now classed as "severely obese".
ISLAMABAD -- Knee dislocations are becoming more common among obese people, and these patients are more likely than normal-weight individuals to develop blood vessel damage that can lead to amputations, a recent study suggests.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 27 (ANI): Have you heard of healthy obese? Wondering if there are healthy obese people too?