BMI from nutritional surveillance of 8-9 years old children in Tuscany (Italy).

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INTRODUCTION The latest increase in childhood obesity focused attention on the important consequences that this phenomenon may have on public health in relationship to the increasing risk that an obese child may become an obese adult. To deal with this problem, there is necessary to assess systematically the distribution of childhood nutritional status at… (More)

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@article{Lazzeri2011BMIFN, title={BMI from nutritional surveillance of 8-9 years old children in Tuscany (Italy).}, author={Giacomo Lazzeri and Andrea Pammolli and Rita Simi and Valentina Pilato and Mariano Vincenzo Giacchi}, journal={Journal of preventive medicine and hygiene}, year={2011}, volume={52 4}, pages={181-5} }