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Very Thin People May Have Genetic Disorder

A report done by Medical News Today highlights what English and Swedish researchers found while studying genetics in extremely overweight and underweight subjects. The study published by the scientific journal Nature said that people who carry extra copies of part of chromosome 16 tend to be extremely thin. Other studies have shown that those who …

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