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The Association Between Adiposity and Inpatient Hospital Costs in the UK Biobank Cohort.

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Summary of "The Association Between Adiposity and Inpatient Hospital Costs in the UK Biobank Cohort."

High adiposity is associated with higher risks for a variety of adverse health outcomes, including higher rates of age-adjusted mortality and increased morbidity. This has important implications for the management of healthcare systems, since the endocrinal, cardiometabolic and other changes associated with increased adiposity may be associated with substantial healthcare costs.

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Name: Applied health economics and health policy
ISSN: 1179-1896
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