The freshman weight gain: a model for the study of the epidemic of obesity

@article{Levitsky2004TheFW,
  title={The freshman weight gain: a model for the study of the epidemic of obesity},
  author={David A Levitsky and C A Halbmaier and Gordana Mrdjenovic},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={1435-1442}
}
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to quantify the weight gain of freshmen during their first 12 weeks at Cornell University. [...] Key MethodSUBJECTS: A total of 68 freshmen from Cornell University.MEASUREMENT: A total of 60 students were weighed during the first week of the semester, then again 12 weeks later. They were also given a questionnaire to complete concerning their behavior during the previous 12 weeks.Expand Abstract

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