World’s Heaviest Teen Weighing 237 Kg Undergoes Gastric Bypass Surgery In Delhi

The normal body mass index (BMI) – a person’s weight-to-height ratio – is 22.5 kg/m2. At 32.5, a person is considered obese and surgery may be suggested.

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A BMI above 40, 50 and 60 is categorised as morbid obesity, super obesity and super-super obesity, respectively. So what would you call a teenager, all of 14 years, with a BMI of 92?

Mihir Jain, a resident of Uttar Nagar in west Delhi, was that heavy when his parents brought him to Max hospital Saket a few months ago for weight reduction surgery.

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