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Research outputs: BODY IMAGE
2020 Body image and the double burden of nutrition among South Africans from diverse sociodemographic backgrounds: SANHANES-1
This study investigated the associations between underweight, obesity and body image (BI) among 15+ year-old South Africans with diverse soc...
South African studies have suggested that differences in obesity prevalence between groups may be partly related to differences in body imag...Download this report
The aim of this study was to assess body weight and body image among South African male and female university students. Participants (N=289)...