Growth pattern of Indian school children in relation to nutrition and adolescence
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From the Longitudinal Survey on Morbidity and Mortality, Growth and Development and Nutritional Status of Children in Delhi, under Indian Council of Medical Research, Flat No. 32, Shanker Market, New Delhi-1.
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