Obesity risk affected by altitude in study of US military service members
(dailyRx News) Breathing the fresh mountain air might not just be good for the psyche; that altitude may also be good for the waistline.
A new study, which focused on US military service members, compared overweight service members in high altitudes and low altitudes.
The study found that the overweight service members living in high altitudes were less likely to become obese than their low-land counterparts.
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