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Caryn McCormack, 37, of Bridgewater, has lost over 250 pounds over the past two years. At right is a picture of McCormack in 2000; left, at about 130 pounds.
Caryn McCormack, 37, of Bridgewater, has lost over 250 pounds over the past two years. At right is a picture of McCormack in 2000; left, at about 130 pounds. (Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer) Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer

Women's weight found to affect job, income

Study indicates bias in marriage, career

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / May 28, 2005

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Weight can have startling consequences for women's financial well-being, careers, and marriage prospects, according to research that found that women -- but not men -- suffer economic harm from being overweight. (Full article: 1271 words)

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