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Compare and contrast the health-related problems that severely underweight and overweight people might face.
A person's body weight may correlate to overall wellness. Excessively high or low body weight can trigger complications, such as infertility, bone problems and lethargy. Often, weight can be improved and managed through healthy lifestyle changes. [ In more serious cases, medical conditions or psychological disorders trigger weight changes. If you experience weight-related problems, seek guidance
from your doctor. ]
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