Women with partners gain more weight

Many people gain weight as they age, but a large Australian study shows that women with partners are easier to be fat than women who are single.

After adjusting for other variables, the 10-year weight gain for an average 140-pound woman was 20 pounds if she had a baby and a partner, 15 if she had a partner but no baby, and only 11 pounds if she was childless with no partner.

To learn more, read the full story, “Study Says Women With Mate Get Heavier” and then join the discussion below. Do the findings surprise you? Have you gained more weight with a partner than when you were single?

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