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The transition to post-industrial BMI values among us children
|Statement||John Komlos, Ariane Breitfelder, Marco Sunder.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 13898, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13898.|
|Contributions||Breitfelder, Ariane., Sunder, Marco., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008610756|
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Rural regions throughout North America and Europe are progressing through a striking and sustained post-industrial transition [1,2,3].The emphasis has changed from material production and extractive industries to the production and consumption of experiences [3,4].Across the United States, amenity-rich regions are experiencing rapid land-use change in the form of low-density residential Cited by: American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library Open Library Featured.
The author thanks Joerg Baten, Scott Carson, Dora Costa, Angus Deaton, John Komlos, Tim Leunig, Marco Sunder, and Joachim Voth for comments and suggestions.. 1. Introduction. In the late s researchers began to create the new anthropometric history, which required interdisciplinary communication and clear applications to a critical mass of historical problems in which there was an Cited by: Socioeconomic transition and its influence on Body Mass Index (BMI) pattern in Bangladesh. Raaj Kishore Biswas, Enamul Kabir, and Hafiz T.A. Khan () Socioeconomic transition and its influence on Body Mass Index (BMI) pattern in Bangladesh. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
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Downloadable. Background: The trend in the BMI values of US children has not been estimated very convincingly because of the absence of longitudinal data. Our object is to estimate time series of BMI values by birth cohorts instead of measurement years. Methods: We use five regression models to estimate the BMI trends of non-Hispanic US-born black and white children and adolescents ages The transition to Post-Industrial BMI Values Among US Children Article in American Journal of Human Biology 21(2) March with 33 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Downloadable. In our opinion, the trend in the BMI values of US children has not been estimated accurately. We use five models to estimate the BMI trends of non-Hispanic US-born black and white children and adolescents ages born on the basis of all NHES and NHANES data sets.
We also use some historical BMI values for comparison. Get this from a library. The transition to post-industrial BMI values among US children. [John Komlos; Ariane Breitfelder; Marco Sunder; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- In our opinion, the trend in the BMI values of US children has not been estimated accurately.
We use five models to estimate the BMI trends of non-Hispanic US-born black and white children and. The Trend of BMI Values among US Adults using birth cohorts to analyze trends in children’s BMI values, Our birth-cohort approach indicates that the transition to a post-industrial BMI.
Title(s): The transition to post-industrial BMI values among US children/ John Komlos, Ariane Breitfelder, Marco Sunder.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, c Further exclusions pertained to children not living with their biological mother, 87 children with missing values on BMI z-score and 1, children for whom no information about at least one of the risk factors considered (maternal BMI, maternal smoking in pregnancy, parental SES, exclusive formula-feeding, high TV viewing time) was Cited by: Growth and market integration in Amazonia: A comparison of growth indicators between Shuar, Shiwiar, and nonindigenous school children Aaron D.
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adults, – JAMA (5):E1–E7 CrossRef Google Scholar Flinn MW () The European demographic system, – Komlos J, Breitfelder A, Sunder M () The transition to post-industrial BMI values among US children. American Journal of Human Biology – PubMed Google Scholar. American children have been gaining excess weight slowly and persistently at least since the s, but possibly earlier.
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The country overall is in full, post-industrial demographic transition, with a low fertility rate, a moderate mortality rate, and a rising life expectancy.
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