Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 7th, 2001
Questionnaires were sent to men and women working in a bank and a university in the U.K. Recipients were asked to provide details of their height and weight, and to indicate if they thought they were too heavy, too light, or about the right weight. Bank employees included full-time clerical, supervisory, and managerial staff, while those at the University held clerical, technical, and academic posts.
Altogether, over 2,000 bank employees and over 1,500 university staff responded to the questionnaire. Body mass index...
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