Can Giving Birth in Your Teens Make You Obese in Adulthood?
A new report found that teens mothers are more likely to struggle with their weight as they get older. Researchers from the University of Michigan Health System looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and found that teens 13-19 had a 32 percent more change of being obese as they aged, reported the Science Recorder.
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