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As your waist size grows, your risk for breast cancer, diabetes, and even death rises.
By Brianna Steinhilber
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Despite the national focus around the obesity epidemic, waistlines are still expanding — with the growth particularly prevalent among women — and where you carry your weight is just as much of an issue as how much of it you’re carrying.
Love handles, muffin top, spare tire: There are numerous descriptions for the abdominal region of “apple-shaped” individuals. However humorous the nicknames may be, the risks associated with carrying weight around your midsection are anything but. Before you toss out the stack of pencil skirts you can’t zip in favor of a bigger size, you may want to stop and think about what else comes with the larger number on the tag.
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