Obesity in children

Oldham, Trevor
April 2002
Pulse;4/15/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 15, p59
Focuses on obesity in children. Information on obesity; Risk of obesity in adults; Causes of obesity; Syndromes that are associated with obesity; Symptoms of obesity in children; Maintenance calories for males and females.


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