Abdominal obesity

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An overweight teenage boy with abdominal obesity.

Abdominal obesity, also called central body obesity, is a condition involving excess fat surrounding the abdomen and an increase in waist size in humans. Obesity in this area is linked to Type 2 Diabetes,[1] insulin resistance and heart disease in humans of both genders.

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