MD-Health.com offers children's height and weight charts. Large health organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization, maintain up-to-date height and weight information for childre... More »

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The National Center for Health Statistics developed growth charts in 1977. The growth charts consist of percentile curves based on height, weight and head circumference. The charts are a diagnostic tool to help identify ... More »

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As of 2015, an ideal height and weight chart can be found at Merck Manuals and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Both the CDC and Merck Manuals use charts with age on the x-axis, and height, or weight, on th... More »

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A healthy weight for a woman measuring 5 feet and 3 inches in height is between 107 and 135 pounds, according to Rush University Medical Center. Women of that height weighing between 141 and 163 pounds are overweight, wh... More »

There are several ways to determine ideal body weight, including charts that compare height to weight, weight calculators that factor in body frame, and weight body mass index calculators. There are several resources onl... More »

To read a body weight graph, users need to know their weight and height, notes Rush.edu. These graphs, also known as the body mass index, give a number that is the result of a complex formula using height and weight as v... More »

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To find your BMI, multiply your weight in pounds by 703, take your height in inches and square it, then divide the former by the latter. Websites, such as the site for the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, offer ... More »

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