Using Process Control to Measure Pediatric Obesity

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Using Process Control to Measure Pediatric Obesity

Childhood obesity may begin much earlier in the life-course than previously believed. Rapid growth in infancy (birth to age 2) is associated with a greater risk of later life obesity; subsequently, overweight school age children frequently become overweight adolescents  and, in turn, overweight adults. Once obesity appears, obesity tends to remain throughout life; thus, early detection and control is critical to stop the obesity epidemic.

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