Obesity and Impaired Metabolic Health Increase Risk of COVID-19-Related Mortality in Young and Middle-Aged Adults to the Level Observed in Older People: The LEOSS Registry

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Obesity and Impaired Metabolic Health Increase Risk of COVID-19-Related Mortality in Young and Middle-Aged Adults to the Level Observed in Older People: The LEOSS Registry

Author: Stefan, Norbert; Sippel, Katrin; Heni, Martin; Fritsche, Andreas; Wagner, Robert; Jakob, Carolin E. M.; Preissl, Hubert; von Werder, Alexander; Khodamoradi, Yascha; Borgmann, Stefan; Ruethrich, Maria Madeleine; Hanses, Frank; Haselberger, Martina; Piepel, Christiane; Hower, Martin; vom Dahl, Jurgen; Wille, Kai; Roemmele, Christoph; Vehreschild, Janne; Stecher, Melanie; Solimena, Michele; Roden, Michael; Schuermann, Annette; Gallwitz, Baptist; de Angelis, Martin Hrabe; Ludwig, David S.; Schulze, Matthias B.; Jensen, Bjoern Erik Ole; Birkenfeld, Andreas L.
Tübinger Autor(en):
Stefan, Norbert
Sippel, Katrin
Heni, Martin
Fritsche, Andreas Erwin
Wagner, Róbert
Preißl, Hubert
Gallwitz, Baptist
Birkenfeld, Andreas L.
Published in: Frontiers in Medicine (2022), Bd. 9, Article 875430
Verlagsangabe: Frontiers Media Sa
Language: English
Full text: http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2022.875430
ISSN: 2296-858X
DDC Classifikation: 610 - Medicine and health
Dokumentart: Article
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