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Obesity and Mental Health: Expert Details Interplay, How the Sexes Differ


Shagun Bindlish, MD, discusses the complex interplay between obesity and mental health conditions and how sex is a potential moderating factor.

"Over recent decades, both obesity rates and the prevalence of mental health disorders have increased and sparked intense scientific interest in unfolding the intricate relationship between the 2 seemingly distinct identities," Shagun Bindlish, MD, said in an interview with Patient Care Online. In the video below, Bindlish discusses the complex interplay between obesity and mental health, including how obesity impacts mental health outcomes in women compared to men and potential biological mechanisms at play between the conditions.

Shagun Bindlish, MD, is medical director at One Medical, in Dublin, California, and a board member of the American Diabetes Association.

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