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Body weight dissatisfaction and communication with parents among adolescents in 24 countries: international cross-sectional survey

By Haleama Al Sabbah, Carine A Vereecken, Frank J Elgar, Tonja Nansel, Katrin Aasvee, Ziad Abdeen, Kristiina Ojala, Namanjeet Ahluwalia and Lea Maes
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