Perception of bodyweight status among office workers in two government departments in Kuala

@inproceedings{Fatimah2000PerceptionOB,
  title={Perception of bodyweight status among office workers in two government departments in Kuala},
  author={Lumpur Fatimah and M Mdidris and M Romzi},
  year={2000}
}
The objective of this paper is to assess the perception of bodyweight status among the office workers in two government departments in Kuala Lumpur. A total of 385 Malay workers aged between 18 to 55 years were randomly selected from the Prime Minister’s Department and the Ministry of National Unity and Community Development. The weights and heights of all subjects were measured and their Body Mass Index (BMI) determined. In this study, obesity is defined as individuals having ≥ 25 kg/rn 2 . A… CONTINUE READING

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