The study showed waist-to-hip ratio to be a better heart attack predictor than general obesity - 18% stronger than body mass index in women and 6% in men. The report found a high BMI was linked to heart disease risk in both sexes. The researchers interviewed nearly 500,000 UK adults aged 40 to 69.
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