Slowing down of adult body mass index trend increases in England: a latent class analysis of cross-sectional surveys (1992-2010).
AffiliationInstitute of Population Health, Medical Research Council Health eResearch Centre (HeRC), University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
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AbstractThe prevalence of excess body weight, commonly measured as body mass index (BMI)≥25 kg m(-2), has increased substantially in many populations worldwide over the past three decades, but the rate of increase has slowed down in some western populations.
CitationSlowing down of adult body mass index trend increases in England: a latent class analysis of cross-sectional surveys (1992-2010). 2014, 38 (6):818-24 Int J Obes
JournalInternational Journal of Obesity
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