Effects of body size and sociodemographic characteristics on differences between self-reported and measured anthropometric data in middle-aged men and women: the EPIC-Norfolk study

@article{Park2011EffectsOB,
  title={Effects of body size and sociodemographic characteristics on differences between self-reported and measured anthropometric data in middle-aged men and women: the EPIC-Norfolk study},
  author={Ji Young Park and Panagiota N. Mitrou and Ruth H Keogh and Robert N Luben and Nicholas J Wareham and Kay-Tee Khaw},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={65},
  pages={357-367}
}
Background/Objectives:To investigate the effects of body size and sociodemographic characteristics on differences between self-reported (SR) and measured anthropometric data in men and women.Subjects/Methods:This study comprises 9933 men and 11 856 women aged 39–79 years at baseline survey (1993–1997) in the EPIC-Norfolk study (Norfolk arm of the European Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition Study). The effects of sex, measured height, weight, age group, educational level and social class on… CONTINUE READING

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