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9 Medical Reasons for Putting on Weight

By NHS

Most people put on weight because they eat and drink more calories than they burn through everyday movement and body functions. But, in some cases your weight gain may be due to an underlying health condition. This article covers 9 medical issues that can cause weight gain.

Read on www.nhs.uk

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