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    Obesity in rural Sweden from 1977 to 2002 increased from 14% to 19% in men, 14% to 21% in women


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    Tuesday, June 10, 2008 11:17 am Email this article
    The prevalence of obesity in a Vara, Sweden, a a rural community in the southwestern Sweden, from 1977 to 2002 increased from 14 percent to 19 percent in men, and from 14 percent to 21 percent in women according to The Skaraborg Project which has done cross-sectional population surveys every fifth year from 1977 to 2002. Obesity Risk

    Risk of obesity increased 1.5 times in men, 1.4 times in women

    From 1977 to 2002, the odds of someone being obese increased 1.48 times in men and 1.41 times in women.

     

    Subjects

    Subjects : 3365 People, 30-60 years-old

    The study analyzed data from 3365 people—1634 men and 1731 women—who were 30- to 60-years-old.

    REFERENCE

    Nyholm M, Gullberg B, Haglund B, Råstam L, Lindblad U. Higher education and more physical activity limit the development of obesity in a swedish rural population. The skaraborg project. Int J Obes (Lond). 2008 Mar, 32(3):533–40.

    AUTHOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION

    Dr. Professor U. Lindblad
    Department of Clinical Sciences
    Malmo, Lund University
    Clinical Research Centre
    Entrance 72, House 28
    Malmö University Hospital
    Malmo S-205 02, Sweden
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