Secular Trends in Height in Different States of India in Relation to Socioeconomic Characteristics and Dietary Intakes

@article{Mamidi2011SecularTI,
  title={Secular Trends in Height in Different States of India in Relation to Socioeconomic Characteristics and Dietary Intakes},
  author={Raja Sriswan Mamidi and Bharati Kulkarni and Abhishek Kumar Singh},
  journal={Food and Nutrition Bulletin},
  year={2011},
  volume={32},
  pages={23 - 34}
}
Background Information on adult height and associated secular trends in relation to socioeconomic characteristics based on a nationally representative sample is not available from India. Objective To assess the average adult height and secular trends in height in different states of India in relation to socioeconomic characteristics and dietary intakes according to data from the Third National Family Health Survey (NFHS 3). Methods Average heights and associated secular trends were analyzed for… 
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