The Influence of Some Environmental Factors on the Basic Anthropometric Indexes of Vietnamese People in Ecological Areas
Keywords:anthropometric, index, people, influence
Research was carried out involving 6000 people (3000 male and 3000 female) aged 16 to 18 They were enrolled in 3 suburban areas and 3 urban areas in Vietnam. The results show that in general, the basic anthropometric indexes of suburban people areas not higher than those of urban people areas. For reasons that effect to anthropometry index of people, except for the influences of genetic, endocrine and race Environmental factors such as nutrition, psychological influences, physical activitity and economic and natural conditions are important factors which have an effect on the health, morphology and physical status of people
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