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Aim: High-quality national representative data on obesity in Romanian children are needed to shape public health policies.
To provide a unified data landscape on national prevalence, trends and other factors associated with underweight, overweight, and obesity in Romanian children aged 6-19 years, across the last decade (2006-2015).
This increased to an eight per cent higher chance of dying from heart disease.
As would be expected, the risk was found to be most pronounced among people who also engaged in other unhealthy activities, including having a history of smoking, drinking heavily or being obese.
However, caution should be exercised when interpreting the results, as other more complex social and environment factors could affect the results rather than being solely related to diet.
For instance, vegans are more likely to be younger than the general population and therefore have much lower mortality rates.
Undernutrition has not been investigated in a representative cohort from Romania.