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Cafergot (Ergotamine Tartrate, Caffeine)

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PROBLEMS OF WEIGHT CONTROL: FATNESS AND BODY TYPES
Obesity refers to excessive fatness. Overweight implies weight above normal that might be explained by increased muscular development, as in the athlete; or it could mean excessive fatness. The terms are often arbitrarily applied as follows: overweight is a condition in which the body weight is 10 to 19 per cent above desirable weight, and obesity is present when the body weight is 20 per cent or more above desirable weight. People who are 15 per cent or more below desirable weight are underweight.
The degree of body fatness may also be determined by measuring the thickness of skin folds of the upper arm or abdomen with a caliper.
Body type seems to be related to obesity. Persons who have the ectomorphic body type (thin, angular) seldom become obese, while those who are endomorphic (round, soft) are more likely to become obese. Body type is an inherited characteristic, and obesity seems to “run in families.”
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