Study links obesity, poor lifestyle to mental health problems

03/6/2008 | Reuters

CDC researchers say depression and anxiety are linked to obesity and risky lifestyle choices -- such as smoking, drinking and inactivity. Their study finds adults diagnosed with depression were 60% more likely to be obese and twice as likely to smoke.

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