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Xenical (Orlistat)

###table###Xenical(Orlistat)
Other names: Alli
HAZARDS OF OVERWEIGHT AND UNDERWEIGHT
Obesity or excessive fatness of the body is a hazard to health. Imagine your reaction if you were told to carry a 25 – lb package with you wherever you went! That is exactly what the overweight person must do – 10, 25, 50 lb or whatever the excess may be. It goes with him whether he walks upstairs, or ties a shoelace, or tries to hurry for a train. The extra weight makes demands upon his heart, his blood circulation, his back, his feet, and so on. It is no surprise that obese people more often have heart disease and hypertension; they also have gallbladder disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases more frequently. They face an extra risk if they require surgery. The obese pregnant woman is more likely to have complications than the woman of normal weight.
Underweight, though less emphasized, also presents dangers to health. Underweight persons are more likely to have infections and disturbances of the gastrointestinal tract. Tuberculosis is more frequent among young, underweight people.
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