By Alice Klein
Many of us are shorter and heavier than we think we are, according to a study that compared people’s self-reported height and weight with their actual measurements.
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James Hodge and his colleagues at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, Georgia, looked at how well people know their own measurements.
Many studies investigating the relationship between body size and disease risk tend to rely on people’s self-reported height and weight. This can lead to unreliable data and flawed results. Instead, in this study, the researchers asked 2643 people in …