Oxford University released an interesting report on waist growth.

According to the university, waist growth can cause heart attack.

According to Oxford, increasing a man's waist by one inch increases his risk of heart attack by 10 percent

At present, heart attacks are being reported all over the world

People with larger waists were 3.2 percent more likely to develop heart disease than others.

According to OXFORD, a person with a 41-inch waist has a 40 percent higher risk of heart disease than a person with a 37-inch waist.

People with a large waist have fat around the belly button. It affects the blood supply and causes heart diseases.

People with large waistlines are more likely to have heart problems than people who are overweight.