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Is body mass index truly related to dental caries? Survey on predisposing factors for overweight among Indian school children

Begum Md Zabirunnisa, Nagamalleshwari Myla, Srinivas Pachava, Gadagi Jayaprakash S, Gadde Praveen, Jyothirmai Koneru

Year : 2014| Volume: 5| Issue : 4 | Page no: 150-154

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