Growth performance of affluent Indian children is similar to that in developed countries / Nita Bhandari ... [et al.]
Other TitlesLes enfants indiens de familles aisées ont des caractéristiques de croissance similaires à celles des enfants des pays développés : résumé
El crecimiento de niños indios de familias prósperas, similar al de los países desarrollados : resumen
Bhandari, Nita, Bahl, Rajiv, Taneja, Sunita, De Onis, Mercedes & Bhan, Maharaj K. (2002). Growth performance of affluent Indian children is similar to that in developed countries / Nita Bhandari ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/71151
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2002 ; 80(3 ) : 189-195
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