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But it's clear he wasn't about to underestimate the Trojans, which Kentucky claimed it might have been doing while anticipating a Saturday matchup with Duke.
Children of obese mothers often also underestimate adult size, suggesting that tolerance of being overweight is common among children exposed to obese parents," Paul added.
23 ( ANI ): Brian Wansink from Cornell University, in his book, 'Mindless Eating' has written that even people of normal weight underestimate their food intake by about 20 per cent.
We began to think: What happens to women when they underestimate their risk of breast cancer?
NEIL LENNON warned doubters not to underestimate Celtic ahead of the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash against Juventus at Parkhead tonight.
The research from NHS Smokefree revealed that 53% of smokers underestimate the number of annual deaths from smoking-related diseases by at least 70,000.
Women in sexual relationships with older men may underestimate the age difference between themselves and their partners, and in turn, their risk of HIV According to an analysis of survey data from both male and female members of 519 couples in Likoma, Malawi, 89% of women with a partner of similar age (no more than five years older) correctly reported the age difference between themselves and their partner;1 however, only 24% of women with a partner six or more years older--and just 10% of those with a partner 10 or more years older--correctly reported that their partners were that much older.
FORMER captain Martin Corry says there is no better time for England to be facing Argentina at the World Cup, but they cannot afford to underestimate the Pumas.
FORMER captain Martin Corry says there is no better time for England to be facing Argentina at the World Cup, but has warned Martin Johnson and company cannot afford to underestimate the Pumas.
Summary: Most people underestimate the sacrifice made by British troops, according to research released as the nation marks Armistice Day.
Federer, who has beaten Ancic in all five meetings since then, added: "It taught me not to underestimate any opponent.
What it taught me was not to underestimate any opponent, no matter where they're from, what technique they