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Aviva Survey Identifies Strong Link Between High Stress Levels and Weight Gain

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A new survey finds a strong correlation between high levels of stress and weight gain among U.S. males.

Aviva U.S.A., Des Moines, Iowa, published this finding in a summary of results from an April 2012 online survey of 2,068 adults aged 18 and older. Aviva conducted the poll in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic, a Rochester, Minn.-based provider of medical care, research and education; and the Paris, France-based market research firm Ipsos.

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