‘Lean gene’ means slim people could be less healthy than the obese – Telegraph.co.uk

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‘Lean gene’ means slim people could be less healthy than the obese – Telegraph.co.uk


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'Lean gene' means slim people could be less healthy than the obese
Telegraph.co.uk
Slim people could be at a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes than their flattering figures suggest due to a "lean gene" that masks the dangers, say scientists. By Stephen Adams, Medical Correspondent They warn that the gene, known as IRS1,
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