According to CardioSource World News, November 2016 issue, jane J. Lee, PHD and colleagues evaluated the data from the Framingham Heart Study and found that increases in fat volume was associated with increased cardiovascular risk profiles. This study relates to the role of fat density and its association with the metabolic consequences of obesity. Lee JJ, Pedley A, Hoffman U et al. Association of Changes in Abdominal Fat Quantity and Quality with Incident Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2016; 68(14): 1509-1521.