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A life course approach yields breakthroughs in understanding food insecurity and obesity among Brazilian females. A response to Household food insecurity and excess weight/obesity among Brazilian women and children: a life course approach.
by John T. Cook
Saúde Pública, Rio de Janeiro, 29(2):219-241
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