The metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents.

  title={The metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents.},
  author={Paul Zev Zimmet and George K M M Alberti and Francine Kaufman and Naoko Tajima and Martin Silink and Silva S Arslanian and Gary W-K Wong and Peter S. Bennett and Jonathan Shaw and Sonia Caprio},
  volume={369 9579},
} Vol 369 June 23, 2007 2059 and community mobilisation was possible for the Mitanin programme, but there were no community-level baselines or controls in the programme design to measure outcomes, and suffi cient sample sizes were neither easy nor aff ordable. At this stage, outcomes can be assessed only by use of indicators in independent surveys of national health and demographics. These surveys show that the rural infant mortality in Chhattisgarh decreased from 85 deaths per… CONTINUE READING
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