NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new study pointed the finger at friends and social circles around the human being as an adjunct to weight gain and obesity. The results of research at the University of Southern California said that the chances of gaining weight increase when moving to a region or social environment where the phenomenon of obesity.Moving to an environment where seating is common will lead to the habit
The report, published by the newspaper Daily Mail on its website of the study attention to the impact of the social environment, even if a new environment on the human moved to live in the middle. Moving to an environment where a sedentary, sedentary lifestyle is likely to result in a habit of sitting, she said.
The study said that with the length of time you live in a place where you are overweight, you will increase your chances of gaining weight.