A slim waist and normal weight are usually associated with better health outcomes, but that's not always the case with heart failure patients, according to a new UCLA study.

Researchers found that in both men and women with advanced heart failure, obesity - as indicated by a high body mass index (BMI) - and a higher waist circumference were factors that put them at significantly less risk for adverse outcomes.

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