Childhood Obesity Can Increase Risk of Depression in Adulthood
Being overweight or obese between eight and 13 years of age increased the risk of lifetime major depressive disorder. The research team also found that being overweight during childhood and carrying excess weight in adulthood quadrupled the chance of developing depression compared to only being overweight as an adult.
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