An improved algorithm to harmonize child overweight and obesity prevalence rates

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Prevalence rates of child overweight and obesity for a group of children vary depending on the BMI reference and cut-off used. Tim Cole discusses an algorithm to convert prevalence rates based on one reference to those based on another.

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