Kids and Teens with Obesity Are at Higher Risk of Depression
A new study from Sweden finds that obesity in youth increases their risk of anxiety and depression.
In the course of study, a team of researchers analyzed data from over 12,000 children and teenagers aged from 6 to 17 who were treated from obesity. These data have been compared with the data from 60,000 kids and teens without obesity.
The scientists concluded in their paper that the girls with obesity were 43 percent more likely to have anxiety or depression compared with their age- and sex-matched counterparts. The risk of anxiety and depression was also 33 percent higher among boys with obesity, compared with their peers without obesity.
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