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Relation of Heart Weight to Body Weight, Body Surface Area, Height, and Age in Normal Korean Men and Women.
Hee Soo Yoon, Hea Soo Koo, Joong Seok Seo, Sang Yong Lee, Jung Duck Park, Moo Yeol Lee, Sang Ho Cho
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Body checking is associated with weight- and body-related shame and weight- and body-related guilt among men and women
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THE RELATION BETWEEN METABOLISM (OXYGEN CONSUMPTION) AND WEIGHT, HEIGHT, SURFACE AREA AND AGE
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Body weight, body mass index, and body surface area correct BMD for osteoporosis diagnosis
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Optimal Body Weight for the Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease in Normal-weight Physically Active Men
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Glomerular number and size in relation to age, kidney weight, and body surface in normal man
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Rensch on the Increase of Heart-weight in Relation to Body-weight with Increase in Altitude
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The relation of the weight of the heart to the weight of the body and of the weight of the heart to age
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SIMPLE MYOPIA IN SCHOOLBOYS IN RELATION TO BODY HEIGHT AND WEIGHT*
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Holding fat stereotypes is associated with lower body dissatisfaction in normal weight Caucasian women who engage in body surveillance
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Women have thinner cartilage and smaller joint surfaces than men after adjustment for body height and weight
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