Factores asociados con obesidad al año de vida | 03 JUN 18

Factores clínicos, sociales y genéticos asociados con obesidad al año de vida

Estudio sobre la asociación de factores clínicos, sociales y genéticos con la obesidad a los 12 meses de vida.
Autor/a: Sahel Hazrati, Wendy S. W. Wong, Kathi Huddleston y colaboradores J.JPeds.2017.12.042
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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