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A comparison of the spatial dependence of body mass index among adults and children in a Swiss general population

Published inNutrition & diabetes, vol. 4, e111
Publication date2014
Abstract

Body mass index (BMI) may cluster in space among adults and be spatially dependent. Whether BMI clusters among children and how age-specific BMI clusters are related remains unknown. We aimed to identify and compare the spatial dependence of BMI in adults and children in a Swiss general population, taking into account the area's income level.

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GUESSOUS, Idris et al. A comparison of the spatial dependence of body mass index among adults and children in a Swiss general population. In: Nutrition & diabetes, 2014, vol. 4, p. e111. doi: 10.1038/nutd.2014.8
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