Restless Legs Syndrome Linked to Obesity, Fat Waistlines

A new study suggests that people who have big bellies are more likely to develop restless legs syndrome (RLS), a condition that makes sleep or rest nearly impossible. An estimated 12 million Americans -- including half a million children -- are affected by the disorder, which causes a "creeping, itching, pulling, creepy-crawly, tugging, or gnawing" sensation in the limbs, according to the Restless Legs Foundation. "My legs felt like they were being shocked and they would practically move on...Full Story
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