As of 2013, the fattest living man in the world weighed more than 1,345 pounds. Khalid bin Mohsen Shaeri was airlifted from his home to a hospital in Riyadh after King Abdullah issued an order for his medical assistance.Know More
Shaari has continued to undergo treatment and therapy since undergoing bariatric surgery, but he is still unable to walk on his own. As of 2014, it is estimated that he has lost as many as 700 pounds.
The Guinness Book of World Records lists Jon Brower Minnoch as the world's heaviest man at a weight of 1,400, when he was admitted to University Hospital in Seattle suffering from congestive heart failure in 1978. At the time of his death in 1983, Minnoch weighed 798 pounds.Learn more about Medical Ranges & Levels
The ideal weight for a 14-year-old child with a 5-foot height would be approximately 85.98 pounds for a male child and 93.03 pounds for a female, according to HealthStatus.com's ideal weight calculator. HealthStatus.com also provides users with a body fat calculator, which helps aid in body analysis.Full Answer >
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) indicates how much a person should weigh varies based on individual factors such as current height and weight. The calculation used to indicate whether a person is over- or underweight is the body mass index (BMI).Full Answer >
To find the proper weight for a person's specific age, take height into account, according to Medical News Today. Many people choose to use Body Mass Index (BMI) as a means of measuring how much they should weigh.Full Answer >
According to Rush University Medical Center, normal weight for a 5 foot 3 inch person ranges from 103 to 135 pounds. A variety of factors, including age and sex, can cause these numbers to fluctuate, but a person in this range is typically considered healthy.Full Answer >