Physical health ignored in people with mental illness

People living with serious mental health issues are significantly more likely to be obese, have diabetes and high cholesterol Simon Rosenbaum, Society For Mental Health Research Early Career Fellow, UNSW Australia; Katherine Samaras, Professor of Medicine, endocrinologist and clinical researcher, UNSW Australia; Scott Teasdale, PhD candidate, Dietitian, UNSW Australia. Australians with serious mental illness are living on average for 10-32

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