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Synergy Between Adiposity, Insulin Resistance, Metabolic Risk Factors, and Inflammation in Adolescents

By Rae-Chi Huang, Trevor A. Mori, Valerie Burke, John Newnham, Fiona J. Stanley, Louis I. Landau, Garth E. Kendall, Wendy H. Oddy and Lawrence J. Beilin
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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