Differential relationships between anthropometry measures and cardiovascular risk factors in boys and girls
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International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, ISSN: 1747-7166, Vol: 6, Issue: 2-2, Page: e271-e282
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- http://research-repository.uwa.edu.au/en/publications/record(6f20214f-d396-4635-8687-308419eba7f3).html; http://research-repository.uwa.edu.au/en/publications/record(558914e5-02c0-4014-96d9-0b2782cbb327).html; https://researchonline.nd.edu.au/health_article/46
- C1 Refereed article in scholarly journal; Medicine; Nursing; peer reviewed; adolescent; anthropometry; cardiovascular diseases; obesity; pediatrics; risk factors; waist circumference; puberty; Raine study; Life Sciences; Medicine and Health Sciences
The aim of the study was to compare commonly used anthropometry for cardiovascular risk factors in 14-year-olds.