February 28, 2012

Men Think Women Weigh Too Much

Cecilie Cronwald, ScienceNordic


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Men underestimate their own overweight, while women are regarded as fatter than they are – by themselves and their male partners alike, a study shows.

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TAGGED: Self-image, Women, Men, Body Mass Index, Obesity

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