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  • ISBN 0840601425
  • ISBN13 978-0840601421
  • Language English
  • Author Sidney Abraham
  • Publisher Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics (1979)
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United States, 1971-74. Publication type, MeSH terms. African Continental Ancestry Group.

United States, 1971-74. Abraham S, Johnson CL, Najjar MF. PMID: 473616. European Continental Ancestry Group.

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Height and weight measurements of adults ages 18-74 years in the United States, 1971-74, are presented and discussed by age, sex, and race . Series 11, Data from the National Health Survey ; no. 208 DHEW publication ; no. (PHS) 79-1656.

Height and weight measurements of adults ages 18-74 years in the United States, 1971-74, are presented and discussed by age, sex, and race for selected socioeconomic and geographic variables. Height and weight of adults 18-74 years of age in the United States. Description: Age and sex distributions by weight by single inches of height for adults, 18-74 years of age in the civilian, population of the United States. Authors: S Abraham C L Johnson M F Najjar. Publication Analysis. years age. 4. age united. Clinical utilities of quantitative ultrasound in osteoporosis associated with inflammatory rheumatic diseases. Dr. Win Min Oo University of Sydney Sydney Australia.

Height and Weight of Adults 18-74 Years of Age in the United States’ . The height and weight measurements in this. DHEW Pub. Nos. (HRA) 76-1310 (lOa) and (HShl) 73-1310 (lOb). Sax, race, and age s~~e. Estimated popu~ation.

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Weight by height and age for adults 18-74 years, United States, 1971-1974 Sidney Abraham, Clifford L. Johnson, and Matthew F. Najjar, Division of Health Examination Statistics. Weight by height and age for adults 18-74 years, United States, 1971-1974 Sidney Abraham, Clifford L. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Anthropometry United States Body weight Health surveys Biometry in adulthood Statistics Age factors Sex factors.

of Adults Ages 18-74Years by Sodmeconomic and Geographic Variables United States. Height and weight measurements of adults ages 18-74 years in the United States, 1971-74, are presented and discussed by age, sex, and race for selected socioeconomic and geographic variables. Data From the National Health Survey Series 11, No. 224. DHHS Publication No.

Abraham, . Johnson, C. and Najjar, M. 1979, Weight and Height of Adults 18–74 Years of Age: United States, 1971–1974. Data from the National Health Survey, Series 11, Number 211, DHEW Publication No. (PHS) 79-1659, USDHEW, Hyattsville, Maryland. Bangham, C. R. and Veale, K. E. 1977, Ventilatory capacity in healthy Nepalese, J. Physiol.

Weight and Height of Adults 18-74 years of Age: United States 1971-74. Today, the United States is behind many nations of Europe, particularly the Netherlands, when it comes to the height of adults. Hyattsville, MD, 1979. Females (n 335) were younger (5. yr; SD, . ) than men (n 413, 5. ; P < . 001). Men (17. cm, SD, . ) were significantly (P < . 001) taller than women (16. cm; SD, . ), by 1. c. . 8 m (All) . 4 m (Male) . 2 m (Female).