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Title:
Relationship To socio-economic level with body mass index for preparatory school students in Qalubiya Governorate
Authors: Osama Awde Abd El-Ghany Ibrahim
Year: 2012
Keywords: BMI - socio-economic level
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Local/International: International
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Abstract:

The research aims to identify the relationship socio-economic level body mass index of students middle school Qalubia, the researcher used the descriptive study was conducted on a sample of 4191 of pupils preparatory stage as they hit the sample exploratory First 100 pupils were excluded 124 pupils for non-completion of data form, while the core sample 3967 of students middle school representatives to the countryside and urban Qalubia, results showed a correlation weak between socio-economic level and body mass index births research sample, results also indicate the existence of significant differences at the level of moral (0.05) between female urban and female rural in the lower body mass index for female urban and were more axes influential in the prevalence of obesity among female urban is the focus of "exercise regularly in Club particular," axis "non sporting activities within the share of physical education school," as The results indicated that there were statistically significant differences at the level of moral (0.05) among male urban and male rural middle class to BMI for males urban urban and were more axes influential in the prevalence of obesity among males urban is the focus of "eating while watching TV" , axis "lack of interest and parents sleep early and not ensure for long periods," The results also indicate the existence of significant differences at the level of moral (0.05) among male urban and male rural in the upper layer of the body mass index for male urban, as reflected us there statistically significant differences between the female urban and female rural in the upper layer of the body mass index for female urban and were more axes influential in obesity prevalence between males and urban females urban Come axis "eat while watching TV," axis "to invite parents for meals outside the home" .

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