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Gall bladder disease 3 times greater in women with BMI greater than 32, 7 times greater with BMI 45
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Gall bladder disease is three times more common in women with a body mass index ( BMI ) of 32 or more, and seven times as high in women with a BMI of 45 or more according to a report from the Government Office for Science in England. REFERENCE
Anon. Foresight : Tackling obesities: Future choices – project report; 2nd edition. 2007 Oct 17.
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