Physiological Index, Weight Control Behavior, and Quality of Life Related to Obesity-related Metabolic Syndrome in Korean Adults

  • Jeong Won HAN Mail College of Nursing, Kosin University, Amnam-Dong, Seo-Gu, Busan, Korea
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2017-03-14
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HAN JW. Physiological Index, Weight Control Behavior, and Quality of Life Related to Obesity-related Metabolic Syndrome in Korean Adults. Iran J Public Health. 46(3):417-419.
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