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Journal Scan / Research · November 15, 2021

BMI and Diabetes Risk in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

The Lancet


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The Lancet
Body-mass index and diabetes risk in 57 low-income and middle-income countries: a cross-sectional study of nationally representative, individual-level data in 685 616 adults
Lancet 2021 Jul 17;398(10296)238-248, F Teufel, JA Seiglie, P Geldsetzer, M Theilmann, ME Marcus, C Ebert, WAL Arboleda, K Agoudavi, G Andall-Brereton, KK Aryal, BW Bicaba, G Brian, P Bovet, M Dorobantu, MS Gurung, D Guwatudde, C Houehanou, D Houinato, JMA Jorgensen, GB Kagaruki, KB Karki, D Labadarios, JS Martins, MT Mayige, RW McClure, JK Mwangi, O Mwalim, B Norov, S Crooks, F Farzadfar, SS Moghaddam, BK Silver, L Sturua, CS Wesseh, AC Stokes, UR Essien, JW De Neve, R Atun, JI Davies, S Vollmer, TW Bärnighausen, MK Ali, JB Meigs, DJ Wexler, J Manne-Goehler

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