Risky waistlines

Street, Chris
July 1999
Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Jul99, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p39
Reports that women under age 60 with a 30-32 inch waist had twice the risk of heart disease of women whose waist measured less than 28 inches. Cholesterol in the abdominal area.


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