[High prevalence of malnutrition among the indigenous early childhood population in Mexico. National Nutrition Survey 1999].
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The nutritional condition of the children studied reveals a geographical polarization, the greatest prevalences related to underheight and underweight children being found in southern Mexico, whilst those due to overalimentation were located in the North, this phenomenon possibly being due to lifestyles and availability of food differing from one region to the other.
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