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Alison E. Harvard – affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital, – and colleagues examined the association between weight concerns and weight control practices of adolescents and their mothers. The authors conducted a cross-sectional study of 5331 girls and 3,881 boys with a mean[ average] age of 14.9 years and their mothers. Participants were included in the analysis if both the youth and his mother returned to a questionnaire sent in 1999, and provided information on weight, height, and weight concerns.Practice, Healthcare Commission report on the outbreak of by Clostridium difficile into in Maidstone and Royal Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, UK.
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