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The global rise in body-mass index (BMI) seen over the last 30 years is largely due to increases in the BMI of rural populations, a Nature paper suggests. The study challenges the predominant paradigm which links obesity with urban lifestyles. https://go

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The global rise in body-mass index (BMI) seen over the last 30 years is largely due to increases in the BMI of rural populations, a Nature paper suggests. The study challenges the predominant paradigm which links obesity with urban lifestyles. https://go.nature.com/2VbxJHh 

Original Article: The global rise in body-mass index (BMI) seen over the last 30 years is largely due to increases in the BMI of rural populations, a Nature paper suggests. The study challenges the predominant paradigm which links obesity with urban lifestyles. https://go

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