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Factores de riesgo cardiovascular en adolescentes
Estudio sobre las tendencias seculares en factores de riesgo cardiovascular y disparidades entre adolescentes
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Autor: Sandra L. Jackson, Emily C. Yang, Zefeng Zhang  Pediatrics November 2018, VOLUME 142 / ISSUE 5
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