General conclusions from the study on 10- to 12-year-old Bolivian boys and suggestions for future research
San Miguel, JL
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The effects of resident altitude and socioeconomic status on the physical health and fitness were investigated in 10- and 11-year-old prepubertal boys living at two altitudes (high altitude: ca. 4000 m and low altitude: ca. 400 m) and from a relatively high and low socioeconomic status in Bolivia. The 143 boys who were investigated were divided into four groups according to the combinations of altitude (HA and LA) and socioeconomic status (HSES and LSES).