Are you "skinny-fat?" See for yourself.
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    This past Tuesday (Jan. 20), North by Northwestern posted an article about the phenomenon of “skinny-fat.” Essentially, we told you that just because you’re thin, you’re not necessarily healthy. But how can you tell if you’re in danger of developing high cholesterol, high blood pressure or heart disease — and what can you do about it? This handy diagram shows you the way, even if you’re not built like a Ken doll. Just move your mouse over the orange dots.


    Photo by luckstar41 on Flickr, licensed under the Creative Commons. Production by Tania Karas and Tom Giratikanon / North by Northwestern.

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