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The study examined the association between body mass index and the death of 11,326 adults in Canada over a 12 – year period. Researchers found that underweight people had the highest risk of dying, and the extremely obese had the second highest risk . JM had a lower risk of dying than those of normal weight. This is the first large Canadian study to show that people who are overweight may actually live longer than those of normal weight -. An earlier study conducted in the United States and in 2005 in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed similar results.

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