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Adolescents were significantly more likely to underestimate their own weight if their parents also underestimated their weight, compared with adolescents whose parents accurately estimated their weight (66% vs.
Previous studies have shown that parents and adolescents often underestimate weight status, [but] we were surprised that in this population, where the adolescents were generally very overweight and already had type 2 diabetes, underestimation of weight status was still very common," Dr.
Errors by those who first viewed uncalibrated drapes ranged from a 16% underestimate of the 300-mL blood volume to a 41% underestimate of the 2000-mL volume.
Consumers tend to underestimate the amount of calories in restaurant food by almost half, and do a similarly inaccurate job at estimating fat and saturated fat content, according to a September AJPH study of about 200 adult diners.
However, people do drastically underestimate the risk they will become a victim of ID theft so there is still a lot of work to do educating people of those risks and the tell tale signs that your identity might have been compromised.
I felt that people would underestimate them and by underestimating an international team then you are going to come unstuck.
Our assumption that each Hazmat worker has 4 productive hours of work per day underestimates the rate that could be achieved over a several-week time frame but is prudent over a longer period of time and would help avoid worker fatigue and burnout.
Quotes of 5-6 underestimate the home side's chance of winning while they massively overestimate the threat posed by the stuttering Newcastle.
The political masters" did not underestimate the reaction to the war in boosting Osama's influence.
Rather, more recent high-resolution CT scanning results suggest that our estimates of pleural abnormalities in this population may be conservative and may actually underestimate the true prevalence of these abnormalities seen on chest radiographs.
As the pace increased, they became more accurate at measuring steps taken (most were within + or - 1%), but began to underestimate distance.
Unfortunately, this recommendation was never implemented and, consequently, we continue to grossly underestimate the number of drowning deaths in America.