Source: Obesity, 2012, 20 (9), p. 1942-1949.
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Date of publication: September, 2012.
Publication type: Research.
In a nutshell: This study examines the relationship between raised BMI, high waist circumference (WC) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors in children. Results indicated that in preschool-age children, greater BMI and WC are associated with biomarkers that are related to CVD risk, but these associations vary by ethnicity.
Length of publication: 8 pages.
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