The term "non-syndromic obesity" is sometimes used to exclude these conditions.  In people with early-onset severe obesity (defined by an onset before 10 years of age and body mass index over three standard deviations above normal), 7% harbor a single locus mutation. 
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The WHO provides charts showing how the prevalence of those who are overweight or obese has increased between 2002 and 2010 for both males and females over 15:
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The pooled data showed that people with a BMI of 20 to 25 had the lowest chance of death. People with a BMI lower or higher than this had an increased chance of death. For overweight or obese people in Europe and east Asia, every additional five BMI points was linked to an additional 39% increase in their risk of death ( hazard ratio (HR) , 95% confidence interval (CI) to ); the relative risk (RR) was slightly lower in the US and Australia.
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